Research shows fruits, vegetables boost memory
A research of McMaster University in Canada has found that consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables boosts our memory and make our brain more productive.
The medical research revealed that consumption of food consisting of fresh fruits, green vegetables, nuts, olive oil and even moderate of red meat saves brain from decaying and slumps the chances of memory loss. This diet is not only beneficial for mind but also for the body.
At least, 27, 000 individuals of age of 50 years and plus from 40 countries were analysed for five years under this study. The study showed that the food we take in middle age affects the working of brain.
The researchers revealed that healthy diet reduces the risk of falling sick up to 24 percent.
Research has revealed that consumption of vegetables and fruits can save from heart stroke, cancer and improve digestive system.
Mostly vegetables and fruits are low in fat and calories. These are important sources of many nutrients, including potassium, dietary fiber, folate (folic acid), vitamin A, and vitamin C.