We know that “We are what we eat” but could what we eat also affect how we think? Yes, it is. Research highlights that a healthy diet could potentially be linked to a lower risk of memory and thinking decline.

Why do we feel lethargic after overconsumption of food? Why do we feel energetic if we start a day with proper food? So food & thought are two sides of a coin. As thoughts are related to brain/memory, it is nothing wrong to believe in “The BELLY rules the MIND”.

Research says that those with the healthiest diet were 24% less likely to experience cognitive decline. A healthy diet contains – lots of fruits, green leafy vegetables, cruciferous vegetables, beans & legumes, whole eggs, nuts & seeds, whole grains, milk & dairy products, moderate use of alcohol, etc. Improving overall diet quality is an important factor for lowering the risk of memory-damaging stroke.

Healthy diet plan for Brain & memory

The brain is a control centre of our body & that is why feeding & keeping it in peak working conditions is essential. Superfood to boost our brain function & memory – Coffee, Blueberries, Turmeric, Nuts & seeds, Dark chocolate, Broccoli, Oranges, Green tea, Eggs, etc. It is important to know how much & when to consume these superfoods?

Practicing Halasana, Sarvangasana, Padahastasana & Pranayam is also helpful to boost memory and enhance your concentration level. Tratak is also one of the best ways to improve brain function among children & adults.


Healthy diet plan at Alternate Nutrition

We at Alternate Nutrition, precisely focus on Natural food sources & cooking methods to prepare a healthy diet plan. The main reason to provide healthy recipes is to keep their key nutrients intact. Alternate Nutrition provides a seasonal & local list of ingredients in the diet plan. It gives comfort to the clients & also fulfills essential nutrients in the body.

We include 80% Diet & 20% YOGA/Workout in our plans. This way our clients get maximum health benefits & long-lasted effects.