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How sweet it is! Honey has been used for untold centuries for its anti-fungal and antibacterial compounds, but modern science has also shown us that this sweet treat also has anti-viral and anti-allergy compounds as well. Although how honey actually works is not fully understood, this super good tasting treat can be consumed in reasonable amounts daily (except for those with health issues such as diabetes or for babies under a year old). Honey is a natural brain protector with powerful antioxidant compounds that will improve your memory. You can add it to just about anything you like, or enjoy a sweet tablespoon right out of the jar.
Although all berries offer an incredible wealth of health benefits, blueberries really stand out. Loaded with tons of antioxidants, they only improve when frozen! Blueberries rejuvenate the brain cells by stimulating the production of fresh cells while stopping brain-killing free radicals in their tracks. These little sweet jewels also have phytonutrients and bioflavonoids that stop premature again while improving memory function. Eat them anyway you like, anytime you can!
Always on super food lists, this vegetable helps with numerous functions in both the body and the brain. Kale is loaded with healthy fats, minerals, vitamins, and phytonutirents that improve memory, boost your libido, give you natural energy, and it even keeps moods swings to a minimum. Kale accomplishes all this because of its nutritional structure as well as its powerful anti-inflammatory compounds. When you consider the healthy fats, iron, vitamin C, and B vitamins kale contains, along with its anti-inflammatory nature, you get an idea as to why this green leafy veggie has long been considered a force with which to be reckoned.
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