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Fish rich with omega 3,fatty acid,fish oil
,promoting Neuro growth.
Vegetables ,antioxidants,like spinach ,broccoli.
Fruits ,antioxidants.
Blueberries,strawberries,Rassberries,avocados,kiwis,cherries.
Water.
Chocolate ,cocoa beans.
dark chocolate.improve memory.

1.Fish
2.Vegetables
3.Fruits
4.Water
5.Chocolates,Dark chocolates

A complete and balanced diet is probably the most sounded vice, but some specific types of food are especially good for brain health.
Here are a few of the best;

Fish, the original brain food contains lots of omega 3 fatty acids and fish oils especially cold water fish like salmon and codd.Omega 3 are beneficial in a number of ways including promotion neuronal growth,improved cholesterol and fortification of myelin sheath which facilitate communication between neurones.

Vegetables, these are a great source of antioxidants which may reduce the risk of developing cognitive impairment by diminishing oxidative stress. Spinach, Brussel sprouts,broccoli and cauliflower are among the top candidates.

Fruits, like vegetables, fruits are rich in antioxidant, however,fruits taste better, some of your healthiest options are blueberries, blackberries,cranberries, strawberries, raspberries, plums, avocados, oranges, red grapes, red bell peppers, cherries and kiwi.

Water, be sure to get enough to keep your body and brain hydrated. Dehydration can cause a headache now, and can lead to long-term neuronal damage sustained from elevated stress hormones.

Chocolate, last and arguably least beneficial are cocoa beans which contain the flavonol ?????? and antioxidnats. Dark chocolate is te best and avoid candy bars with lots of added sugars. Also, recent research suggests that chocolate can improve memory.


1. Fish:
(1) promote neuronal growth;
(2) improved cholesterol;
(3) fortification of myelin sheaths

2. Vegetables:
(1) Source of antioxidant;
(2) reduce the risk of developing cognitive impairment

3. Fruits:
(1) rich in antioxidant
(2) taste better

4. Water:
keep body and brain hydrated

5. Chocolate:
(1) Coco beans contain flavonoid epicatechin and antioxidant,
(2) dark chocolates improve memory

1. Fish (Salmon) - Omega 3 - improve lolesterol
2. Vegetables (Spinach) - great source of anti-oxydant - diminish stress
4. Fruits (oranges, plums, strawberries, cranberries, blueberries, kiwi, cherries...) - rich in anti-oxydant
4. water - hydrated
5. Chocolate (dark chocolate) - anti oxydant - can improve memory

The complete and balanced diet is probably the most sound advice, but some specific type of food are specially good for brain health. Here are a few of the best. Fish – the original brain food contains lots of omega-3 fatty acids and fish oils, especially cold water fish like salmon and cod. Omega-3 are beneficial in a number of ways including promoting neuronal growth, improve cholestorol and fortification of ??? and ??? which facilitate communication between neurons. Vegetables – these are a great source of anti-oxidants which may reduce the risks of developing “coditate?” environment by deminishing “oxidated stress?”. Spinach, “brusel?” sprout, “???” and coral flower are among the top candidates. Fruits – like vegetables, fruits are rich in anti-oxidants, however, fruit tastes better. Some of your healthiest options are blueberries, blackberries, cranberries, strawberries, rasberries, plums, avocados, oranges, red grapes, red belt peppers, cherries and kiwi. Water – be sure to get enough to keep your body and brain hydrated. Dehyration can cause a headache now and can lead to long-term neuronal damage sustained from elavated stress hormones. Chocolate – last and arguably least beneficial are cocoa beans which contains ??? and anti-oxidants. Dark chocolate is best and avoid candy bars with lots of added sugars. Also recent researchs suggest that chocolate can improve memory.

1. Fish
2. Vegetables
3. Fruits
4. Water
5. Chocolate

1. Fish
2. Vegetables
3. Fruits
4. Water
5. Chocolate

nice one

1. fish
2. vegetables
3. fruits
4. water
5. chocolate

A complete and balanced diet is probably the most sound advice, but some specific types of food are especially good for brain health.
Here are a few of the best;

Fish, the original brain food contains lots of Omega-3 fatty acids and fish oils especially cold water fish like salmon and codd. Omega-3s are beneficial in a number of ways including promoting neuronal growth,improved cholesterol and fortification of myelin sheaths which facilitate communication between neurons.

Vegetables, these are a great source of antioxidants which may reduce the risk of developing cognitive impairment by diminishing oxidative stress. Spinach, Brussels sprouts,broccoli and cauliflower are among the top candidates.

Fruits, like vegetables, fruits are rich in antioxidants. However,fruits taste better. Some of your healthiest options are blueberries, blackberries, cranberries, strawberries, raspberries, plums, avocados, oranges, red grapes, red bell peppers, cherries and kiwis.

Water, be sure to get enough to keep your body and brain hydrated. Dehydration can cause a headache now, and can lead to long-term neuronal damage sustained from elevated stress hormones.

Chocolate, last and arguably least beneficial are cocoa beans which contain the flavanol epicatechin and antioxidants. Dark chocolate is best and avoid candy bars with lots of added sugars. Also, recent research suggests that chocolate can improve memory.

1.Fish
2.vegetable
3.Fruits
4.water
5.chocolate

fish
vegetables
fruits
water
chocolate

fish
vegetable, fruit, water and chocolate

ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. Fish
2. Vegetables
3. Fruit
4. Water
5. Chocolate

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A complete and balanced diet is probably WE MOST SOUND ADVICE(?), but some specific types of food are especially good for brain health.
Here are a few of the best;
Fish, the original brain food contains lots of omega 3 fatty acids and fish oils especially cold water fish like salmon and cod .Omega 3 are beneficial in a number of ways including promoting neuronal growth,improved cholesterol and fortification of Myelin sheath which facilitate communication between neuronS.
Vegetables, these are a great source of antioxidants which may reduce the risk of developing cognitive impairment by diminishing oxidative stress. Spinach, Brussel sprouts,broccoli and cauliflower are among the top candidates.
Fruits, like vegetables, fruits are rich in antioxidantS, however,fruiT tasteS better, some of your healthiest options are blueberries, blackberries,cranberries, strawberries, raspberries, plums, avocados, oranges, red grapes, red bell peppers, cherries and kiwi.
Water, be sure to get enough to keep your body and brain hydrated. Dehydration can cause a headache now, and can lead to long-term neuronal damage sustained from elevated stress hormones.
Chocolate, last and arguably least beneficial are cocoa beans which contain the flavonol ?????? and antioxidnats. Dark chocolate is (the) best and avoid candy bars with lots of added sugars. Also, recent research suggests that chocolate can improve memory.
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I’ve tried to correct Hani's transcript.

[ (?) : I’m not sure about that! ]

A complete and balanced diet is probably the most sound advice, but some specific types of food are especially good for brain health. Here are a few of the best.

Fish, the original brain food, contains lots of omega 3 fatty acids and fish oils especially cold water fish like salmon and cod. Omega 3s are beneficial in a number of ways including promoting neuronal growth, improve cholesterol, and fortification of myelin sheaths which facilitate communication between neurons.

Vegetables, these are a great source of antioxidants which may reduce the risk of developing cognitive impairment by diminishing oxidative stress. Spinach, brussels sprouts, broccoli and cauliflower are among the top candidates.

Fruits, like vegetables, fruits are rich in antioxidants; however, fruit tastes better. Some of your healthiest options are blueberries, black berries, cranberries, strawberries, raspberries, plums, avocados, oranges, red grapes, red bell peppers, cherries and kiwi.

Water, be sure to get enough to keep your body and brain hydrated. Dehydration can cause a headache now and can lead to long term neuronal damage sustained from elevated stress hormones.

Chocolate, last and arguably least beneficial, are coco beans which contain the flavonol epicatechin and antioxidants. Dark chocolate is best and avoid candy bars with lots of added sugars. Also, recent research suggests that chocolate can improve memory.

fish, vegetables, fruits, water, chocolate.

fish, vegetables, fruits, water, and chocolates.

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