5 Foods to Supercharge Your Brain

Have you ever felt your mind go blank when you take your first glance at the quiz paper above your table? How about when you were reading your Math textbook and there was nothing that registered in your brain? Did you experience your mind slowly drifting away into another dimension during classes? I’m guessing your answer to these questions is one big: YES.

Wait no more and continue reading to find out 5 foods that you can eat to finally supercharge your brain!


If you live in Mexico, you are one lucky human to live on the planet. This “Alligator Pear” is one of the fruits most produced by Mexicans. Avocados are a good source of potassium, Vitamin C, K, folate and not to mention fiber which is one of the essential things needed to boost your brain cells! Even its avocado oil can help keep your doctor away by fighting diabetes and high blood pressure. If you’re not a fan of avocado, try adding it with egg or using its oil as a salad dressing.


Ever heard of the phrase: “small but terrible”? Seeds such as sesame, flax and tahini are small but great in helping recharge your brain. These seeds (especially sesame seeds) are filled with the mineral magnesium that your brain could happily munch on. And just like avocado oil, studies even show that sesame oil can help reduce diabetes as well.


Yes! Chocolate has one good thing to offer you other than giving you more calories that you don’t need. I’m not only talking about dark chocolate (even though that’s also filled with fiber to help you and your brain), I’m talking about raw chocolate. Cocoa, the bean which chocolate comes from, is loaded with antioxidants that are sure to help you happily eat it without a second doubt.


If you’re referring to the chopped and peeled garlic, say goodbye to those because they will not benefit you at all. Buy raw garlic that you buy in your local grocery store. One fact about this food is that it lowers your cholesterol therefore is equally friendly to your heart.


Tomatoes contain an antioxidant called lycopene that helps prevent dementia. It’s like hitting two birds with one stone. Not only can it help your brain become active but it can help avoid memory loss as well.

Eat these foods and be amazed by the things they can do to your brain. Happy munching!

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