15 Foods to Improve Your Memory Naturally and Boost Brain Power

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Our brains are powerful organic machines. They control all thought, movement, and sensation while calculating and reacting with blistering speed. They store an immense amount of data as images, text, and concepts. Our brains also regulate thousands of complex functions, usually without bothering the conscious us with the exact details, such as with circadian rhythm, hormone balance, breathing, unconscious activity, and blood flow. This means the brain is constantly working, even when we sleep.

This also makes our brain the most energy greedy organ in our bodies, weighing only 2% of our total body weight but consuming more than 20% of our caloric intake. Then half of that energy goes toward the bioelectrical messages our brains send spiraling through the neurons and throughout the body.

We know that how we eat can affect our bodies, but what we put in our mouths also affects our mood, the brain’s energy, our memory, and even our ability to handle stress, complex problems, or simple daily tasks.

The brain is a picky eater too, demanding a constant supply of glucose and not much else to keep it running. Neurons don’t store this basic sugar like other cells, so they are always hungry and rather needy. We obtain this fuel from the carbohydrates we eat such as in fruits, vegetables, and grains. The brain may run on sugars, but this doesn’t mean we can eat junk food. Refined sugars, like table sugar or high fructose corn syrup, aren’t safe options since overly high blood glucose levels, or sugar spikes, do damage to cells throughout the body, including the brain, and can literally starve our hungry neurons.

Insulin is a hormone that encourages cells to absorb and store glucose. As glucose enters the blood stream from infographic brainfoodsdigestion, the pancreas releases just the right amount of insulin to keep blood sugar under control. But, when we consume refined sugars, glucose levels rise too high too fast for the body to control it all in this usual fashion. This damages the liver and kidneys as the body tries desperately to rid itself of the sudden influx of excess glucose, and loose glucose can bind with protein to form very reactive free radicals that do damage everywhere they go. The pancreas also responds by releasing more insulin than normal and cells throughout the body respond by pulling in glucose as fast as possible.

This soon pulls down the dangerous blood sugar levels, but often they fall too low when the body has been forced to react so drastically. This is why so many people experience a crash shortly after the rush that comes with sugar. We flood our system with fuel and it feels good, but then our bodies have to do something with too much fuel and the levels drop well below normal. Since our neurons can’t store glucose like other cells, they starve during this crash. This forces the brain to rob glucose from nearby fluids and then it becomes sluggish as it runs low. Our memory and focus suffer during these low points and the repeated ups and downs continually damage our neurons.

There are also other nutrients the brain uses, though not as fuel. Our brains are made up of 60% fat and low levels of fats in food and the body can contribute to depression, Alzheimer’s, and dementia. You do have to choose good, healthy fats though, like those found in seeds, nuts, algae, coconut, and avocados. These contain the essential omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids that we require for health, along with nonessential fatty acids that are also beneficial.

Saturated fats should be used in moderation, but can still be a part of a healthy diet, especially coconut oil which has shown some promise in raising good cholesterol levels, weight loss, and combatting brain disorders and degeneration. Trans fats found in hydrogenated vegetable oils are the ones to cut down on or avoid altogether. These raise cholesterol, damage the heart and the brain, and contribute to heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. Focus instead on adding good plant-based foods that augment brain function, mood, and memory.

Avocado – Avocados are a source of monounsaturated fats, omega 3, and omega 6 fatty acids. These increase blood flow to the brain, lower cholesterol, and aid in the absorption of antioxidants. Avocados also come with many antioxidants of their own, including vitamin E, which protect the body and the brain from free radical damage. They are also a good source of potassium and vitamin K—both protect the brain from the risk of stroke.

Coconut Oil – Coconut oil contains medium chain triglycerides that the body uses for energy, leaving glucose for the brain. It also seems to have a beneficial effect on blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol. Anything that benefits the heart and circulation also benefits the brain. Coconut oil acts as an anti-inflammatory as well and has been linked to helping prevent Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Beans and Legumes – Beans and legumes are excellent sources of complex carbohydrates. These complex carbohydrates are also mixed with fiber that slows absorption, giving us a steady supply of glucose for the brain without the risks of sugar spikes associated with many other sugar sources. Beans and legumes are also rich in folate—a B vitamin critical to brain function—and essential omega fatty acids.

Blueberries – These berries are antioxidant powerhouses, protecting the brain from oxidative damage and stress that lead to premature aging, Alzheimer’s, and dementia. The flavonoids in blueberries also improve the communication between neurons, improving memory, learning, and all cognitive function, including reasoning, decision making, verbal comprehension, and numerical anility. Other dark berries are good for the brain too, like blackberry, açai, and goji berries.

Broccoli – Broccoli is a superfood for the whole body. It is rich in calcium, vitamin C, B vitamins, beta-carotene, iron, fiber, and vitamin K. These nutrients protect against free radicals, keep blood flowing well, and remove heavy metals that can damage the brain.

Chia – Chia seeds are rich in omega 3 fatty acids and both soluble and insoluble fiber. These powerful little seeds help control blood glucose levels, are anti-inflammatory, aid in hydration, and also contain many antioxidants.

Dark Chocolate – The flavonols in chocolate improve blood vessel function, which in turn improves cognitive function and memory. Chocolate also improves mood, can ease pain, and is full of antioxidants.

Nuts – Nuts, especially walnuts and almonds, are extremely good for the brain and nervous system. They are great sources of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, vitamin B6, and vitamin E. Vitamin E has been shown to prevent many forms of dementia by protecting the brain from free radicals, and it improves brain power. Nuts contain some anti-nutrients, like phytic acid. Since we consume a relatively small amount of nuts, this isn’t a huge problem, but they are far healthier if you soak them overnight (about 8 hours) before eating them.

Quinoa – Like beans, legumes, and whole grains, quinoa is an excellent source of complex carbohydrates and fiber to balance blood sugar while providing the essential glucose the brain craves. Quinoa is also a good source for iron to keep the blood oxygenated and B vitamins to balance mood and protect blood vessels. It is also gluten free for those with sensitivities to this protein. And, like most seeds, grains, and nuts, contains phytic acid. Quinoa also contains saponins; it should be soaked overnight before cooked.

Red Cabbage – Red cabbage is full of polyphenols, a powerful antioxidant that benefits the brain and heart. Red cabbage also has glucosinolates, compounds that fight cancer.

Rosemary branches aleazzurro sxcRosemary – Rosemary has been shown to improve memory and cognitive function with its scent alone. It improves blood flow to the brain, improves mood, and acts as an antioxidant. Rosemary is also a powerful detoxifier, fights cancer, boosts energy, and combats aging of the skin.

Spinach – Spinach can prevent or delay dementia. The nutrients in spinach prevent damage to DNA, cancer cell growth, and tumor growth, but also slow the effects of aging on the brain. Spinach is also a good source of folate and vitamin E.

Sunflower Seeds – Sunflower seeds and other seeds, like pumpkin, contain a rich mix of protein, omega fatty acids, and B vitamins. These seeds also contain tryptophan, which the brain converts into serotonin to boost mood and combat depression. Sprouts and microgreens of these seeds are even healthier.

Tomatoes – Tomatoes contain lycopene, a very powerful antioxidant that combats dementia and may improve mood balance too.

Whole GrainsWhole grains are rich in complex carbohydrates, fiber, and some omega 3 fatty acids that shield the heart and brain from damaging sugar spikes, cholesterol, blood clots, and more. Grains also contain B vitamins that have an effect on blood flow to the brain and mood. Whole grains should be soaked, fermented, sprouted, or grown as microgreens to unlock all their nutritional power and minimize any anti-nutrients.


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  • Sir, anytime I read for exams I always feel headache. is it because I lack of some nutrients or have over stressed my brain ?

  • Charlie, you're doing a great job on this forum. Keep up the great job!
    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and advice.

  • Hello sir i am a student reading in 2nd yr but my interest in reading is not well i am just boring myself

  • my name is pavan i am 23 years oldmi suffer with shyciatric illness bipolardisorder and memory problems how can i manage these problems.

  • Dear sir I am 23 years old I am suffering from memory loss how can we improve memory please guid me.

    • get off the weed, Dude! No, seriously, look at your personal habits, get more aerobic exercise, and take on a diet that helps brain function. Learn to meditate if you are not already doing so, cleanse yourself of all destructive influences. live each day as best you can ...

  • tell me tips for having a quick memory

  • Hi.I am Rabbani.sir.I will read properly but when.I go to exam center.I littlebit.I am confused to remember some ansars??

  • i m a man of aged 32. two years back i got my left sinasitis operated. after that i got my brain retarded. i forget even a common thing to remember. everyday i m facing it. i forget what i say few minutes back. please help

  • hi my son is 11 years and he forget very quick he is in grade 5 but he doesnt know anything plz help

  • Thanks for sharing this amazing information. I was already using some of these in my diet, but not i will try to add broccoli and Rosemary. Both of these look good,

  • Hi! Please what can I do to become a genius or brainant ? When I read some topic before 10 minute I will forget and I can't write correct spelling. so please what can do

  • sir , i'm 17. from my childhood i have a good memory power.but now ihave a fear that i may lose it as i am a little short tempered (LITTLE) SHOULD I FEAR FOR THIS ???? I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU SOON . PLEASE SIR.....

  • my self is adithi and i am suffering from memory loss. what is the solution for this.

  • please I'll like to increase my brain function ND want to gain access to Quick understanding

  • I've suffered from tuberclosis a seven months before and still i'm having my medicines . Due to this, I always get feeling of sleepy and day by day, my concentration power and memory power seems losing. What shall I do?? >~<

  • Sir ., myself joy I'm 23 yr old.I can't able concentrate myself bcoz of memory loss..and now I forgetting the communication too..wat kind of food's too eat and tel me some tips too improve memory power. Plz help me sir.

  • Sir , My naam is Hassan Irfan,,,Age 18years old..height 4 Ft. sir i want increase my height..My height is not increase properly.what should i do ?? please help me.

    • Moderator

      Not really what this article is about, Hasan, but you may start with eating healthy, getting all the nutrition a body needs to grow properly. Eat a good breakfast. Eat fruits and vegetables. Make sure you are getting the protein, carbs, vitamins, and minerals you need too. Get enough sleep each night. That's when your body repairs. Exercise, especially high intensity training like sprints. Drink plenty of water. Talk to a doctor to make sure you don't have any disorders that are preventing proper growth. Good luck!

  • I am working but some when ever they provide training after that when they ask question I am not able answer any thing .I fell that I dont know any thing and people are making fun of me.I am very sad not able to work propely.

    people are questing me, what should I do can you help me !!!!!!!

  • Sir, My age 9years, He is study 4th class, he is reading intrestely but forgot some questions please send any solution. He is born in 8th month of my pregencey that is the one of the reason ?

  • I had been suffered from tuberculosis (when i was 14) and i think it's side effect have affected my learning ability and memory power. I don't know how to overcome it so please give some suggestions.

  • My teenager son -14 years old – suffer from a hard memory loss – both long and short term memory. He has a great difficulty to understand at schoolHe doesn’t love to eat any food of your precious list. I Please suggest me a place where it is possible curing by natural remedies the memory lack and by purifying the brain full of that rubish. P.s. unuseful my trying of throwing away playstation and smartphone. He goes to his friendas 4 playing

    • Moderator

      In reply to SHAMALADEVI's comment

      Ultimately, you are the parent and control what your child eats and does more than you think. Find his interests and encourage him to explore those through reading and study. Feed him good foods and don't let him bully you out of it. Don't allow him to go to friends if he refuses to take school more seriously. Talk to experts and school counselors to make sure he's getting the attention he needs. Do all of this with a forceful, but encouraging and uplifting hand. Good luck.

    • Reading the note from the mom whose child has "memory problems"...sounds to me the child has a LEARNING DISABILITY and his intense use of the smartphone and playstation means he is HYPER FOCUSING...I know that well, it's my symptoms too. Needs to be evaluated by a psychiatrist whose specialty is ADD ADHD. He is NOT a bad kid not paying attention to his parents, he is learning disabled and relaxes when he uses the playstation and smartphone.

    • Moderator

      In reply to Carol Y's comment

      Great suggestion, Carol!

    • Hey I was just wanted to know if their is a food I can eat to build up selentin I think I spell it right that's in ur brain

    • Moderator

      In reply to chris's comment

      Selenium can be found in Brazil nuts and mushrooms. Seafood is also a good source if you aren't vegan.

  • can you also explain about what content in foods improves memory and its pathophysiology ......it wil be benificial for nedial studients.....plz

    • Moderator

      In reply to vidya.....'s comment

      There are too many nutrients to really name that affect the brain. Antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, proteins that the body transforms into neurotransmitters, and more. Certain cents seem to influence memory and mental sharpness too. There is so much more for us to learn about how the brain works. It was only recently discovered that the lymphatic system indeed reaches the brain.

  • Last year I suffered from typhoid from that day my ability to learn is lowered thats why this year i had not given good exams please help what should i do for it?????

  • Some of the foods here can't be found in near where I liveis there some kind of substitute for these foods?
    (BTW I live in Philippines )

    • Moderator

      In reply to Keima's comment

      Sorry, Keima. I'm not too familiar with Philippine foods that you could substitute. Use the ones you can find and do brain exercises. Any learning improves your memory and brain power.

  • Thank u so much Charlie for ur great ideas it's really helpful

  • My teenager son -14 years old - suffer from a hard memory loss - both long and short term memory. He has a great difficulty to understand at schoolHe doesn't love to eat any food of your precious list. I think your research is great l do believe in the power of food 4 struggling any disorder and illness nevertheless my son refuses my aid. He doesn't realize to sleep and he is a videogame addicted. Please suggest me a place where it is possible curing by natural remedies the memory lack and by purifying the brain full of that rubish. P.s. unuseful my trying of throwing away playstation and smartphone. He goes to his friendas 4 playing

    • In reply to julia's comment

      You have described me almost exactly in your first 2 sentences, but I'm 48 years old. I only like some of the foods. My problem has gotten increasingly worse over the years to the were I can't trust the memory I have is correct or not. It is really scarey sometimes! I am scared to tell my wife.

      I sure hope he can help you. Good luck.

    • Moderator

      In reply to Tim's comment

      It is scary, Tim, but you really should tell your wife and talk to a doctor too. They can help. Avoid too much sugar too. Good luck.

  • how i could increase my memory sir/?

  • Sir my problem is that i can not consunctreat on my study when i sit for study my mind is diverted i am very upset for it

    Plzz reply ..

    • Moderator

      Sounds like you really need to be working more on your focus than on memory, Ayush. Make goals for yourself and learn to tell yourself "no" when it comes to distractions.

  • how to grow height fast at the age of 12-15?

    • Moderator

      In reply to damanta's comment

      Eat well, exercise, get plenty of sleep, and be patient. If you aren't growing at normal speeds, you may need to talk to a doctor.

  • What doing me its not working

  • so helpful just what I needed to know thumbs up sir thanx

  • Fresh home made food is the best food for your memory and healthuse less fat.

  • Sir i very doll when it comes to studies, i can't read, always feeling weak. please what can i do about that?

  • Hey,
    I really wanna improve my long term memory coz I remember things for a short duration of tym.please help me out here.

  • Thank you charlie ,greatly appreciate your research.i have two questions. 1.should we take multivitamin and mineral tabs available in markets? 2.plz suggest some brain exercises.Is Meditation a option?please reply

    • Moderator

      I try to get most of my vitamins from foods, but I take a multivitamin from Sunwarrior a few times a week. They are working on new ones that are less expensive. Meditation certainly counts as a brain exercise. I also try to rely on my other senses often. Try moving slowly through your morning routines with your eyes closed. Brush your teeth with your less dominant hand. Pick up a puzzle. Do a crossword. Take a different route to work than normal. Try a new food. Pick something that interests you and read a book on the subject. Our brains thrive on learning new things.

  • Any thoughts on tinnitus (ringing in the ear), balance and vertigo, and repairing possible damage to the 8th nerve in our brain by eating healthy foods to improve circulation in our brain and reverse these issues or at least improve these issue?

    • Moderator

      In reply to LuAnn's comment

      This article may help http://www.sunwarrior.com/news/foods-for-hearing/ you, LuAnn. Ginkgo and CoQ10 may also be helpful. You will also want to avoid caffeine, high sodium foods, and aspirin. Those can make the ringing worse. Coconut oil may help with nerve issues. Work with your doctor as you try new thing and keep track of what works best for you. Good luck!

  • quit smoking pot for a while can these foods help

  • sir am week in studies i cant remember ans i for
    get them fast help me

  • Thank you, Sir for showing these all great idea & information to improve our memories

  • Hello Charlies

    This article sis very good. Thank you Charlies, for valuable information. I have question what will you say about eating fish ?


    • Moderator

      Fish can be helpful for many people who are missing key fats. Sunwarrior is a vegan company, but we understand that not everyone is ready to make that switch. You do have to be careful to avoid gmo or farmed fish and to avoid heavy metals. Microalgae, seaweeds, purslane, seeds, nuts, and avocados can be helpful as well.

  • This is an amazing list you have here! The best part of it is that many of the listed foods can also be snacks. You can enjoy them during your day while boosting your skills. That's my favorite kind of diet!

  • plz sir replay me ..... sir sometimes i may feel cry that i forget something... i need to improve my brain power plz sir give me suggestions

    • Moderator

      In reply to Leo's comment

      I'm going to give you the same advice that I've given many below, Leo. You need to boost circulation to your brain, encourage new synaptic growth, and feed your brain the best foods. That means physical exercise, vegetables, fresh whole foods, and mental exercise. Try learning something new. Read a book. Put together a puzzle. Good luck!

  • sir, i forget sometimes what i have done after oneday etc and i wont concentrate or obdrrvation on works and while study ..... plz plz give me good suggestions to improve my memory power and brain power ...and give ideas on what i have to eat and not to eat plz plz

  • sir I am indian I have always forgive to past work , before my memory is good but after same time my memory power very weak , what I do sir , how to improve memory power i have very tensionaes pls give me reply

  • Hi I am a 36yrs old lady I need help with a poor memory. I have completed a Safety Officer cause, before that I failed it and re - write then complete it am unable employed I can't find my self a better job because i don't have a matric, i have tried several times to write it didn't make it. Please help me, I still want to try it i need it

    • Moderator

      In reply to johanna's comment

      Our brains thrive on exercise, both physical and mental. Read good books, jog, walk, run, do puzzles, pick up a crossword, and eat healthy foods like those above.

  • Sir I m from india so can u tall me Indian food or frost to improve. My mind

    • Moderator

      Some of these foods you should be able to find, such as coconut oil, nuts, and seeds. Turmeric and cardamom should also help with memory and focus. Lentils are also very good for your brain as they are rich in B vitamins. Good luck, Nishpul.

  • Is there a way to get a larger version of this infographic so that you can actually read it? I would LOVE to have this information but it's kind of useless at the size it's in and I've tried several ways to enlarge, with no success.

  • thanks ., for the great article .

  • Charlie,
    I have sever Artheritis plus high cholesterol and trigleseride and about 10 lb overweight .
    Do you suggest taking over the counter vitamins, omega 3 or any of the millions of other product that they offer in vitamin shop !!!?

    • Moderator

      Not really what this article was about, but I'm happy to answer questions. I too seem genetically predisposed to high cholesterol and triglycerides. I use coQ10, garlic, red yeast rice, coconut oil, hawthorn, and resveratrol. This helps a little, but not as much as I would like. There are many more that can help, like oats, avocado, citrus, and lentils. Exercise and losing a few pounds could do more. It's what I'm working on right now too. Many of these foods will help with arthritis as well, so will exercise. Try these two article http://www.sunwarrior.com/news/pain-fighting-foods/ and http://www.sunwarrior.com/news/foods-for-joint-health/ for the arthritis. Work with your doctor, Chamsi, to create a plan that will work for you. Good luck.

  • Charlie, you mentioned "soaking" nuts, quinoa, and whole grains overnight, I'm assuming you men soaking in water; is that correct?

    Thanks for another great write-up!

    • Moderator

      In reply to Alfred's comment

      Yes, Alfred. I like to soak with a little acid in the water. I do a dash of lemon juice or apple cider vinegar. You can put it in the fridge over night and then rinse them in the morning.

  • Will eating these foods help improve your memory if you had brain damage from a stroke?

    • Moderator

      In reply to Leona's comment

      Great question, Leona. There is some evidence that a combination of B-vitamins and omega fatty acids can speed healing after a stroke. Inosine seems to also help. You will want to work closely with your doctors while trying any new supplements or foods. There is no guarantee that they will help either, but I wish you luck.

  • I have a very poor memory and not able to remember any discussion that I used to have with my colleagues friends etc. Sometimes, I cannot remember people's name as well. So, can you suggest ways to improve my memory?

  • I am going into the military and I have had trouble remembering things. What is the best food or the best thing I can try to get the maximum potential for my memory?

    • Moderator

      In reply to josh's comment

      You can try many of the foods above and there are many ways to improve your memory as well. Our modern life makes memory less important, so that may be a growing trend. We don't have to remember things because we have easy access to the internet. You must practice memory. Try memorizing a poem and reciting it to yourself in the shower. Read more often. Use associations to remember names and addresses. An example is if you meet someone named Tommy with red hair, your can imagine his red hair waving like it's fire and a fire engine in the background going Tooooommmmy Tooooooommmmmy woop wooop Tommy. Now, every time you see Tommy you will also see and hear that and never forget his name. It works for facts too. Your imagination is stronger than you know. Use it. Practice with it.

  • can u suggest to how can i improve my mind. what i study i forget very soon. when i remember some thing it takes more time.

    • Moderator

      In reply to naresh's comment

      These foods may help, Naresh. There are also many memory techniques you can use. I like tying things I study to images. Some people place memories in specific places in imaginary rooms in their head. You can find many ways to improve your memory online.

  • All are great ideas to improve our memories. Thank you

  • I show information and i will impliment the instruction

  • Very very good suggestion to improve brain power, specially for taking care of child by parent makes easy by getting these ideas.

  • Excellent article, Charlie, and chock-full of valuable advice which we should all be following. Two other "superfoods" I would add to your list are mushrooms and garlic. Thanks again, Charlie.

  • thank u very much u have helped me in finding some very good tip

  • This info is great! Thanks for making access to it so easy!

  • RAW FOOD. RAW FOOD. RAW FOOD. Forget quinoa and any other cooked food.
    I don't understand why it is still so hard for people to understand that we should be
    consuming raw food.... Cooking helped us survive .. its not optimal... it destroys enzymes...
    Do wild primates die from cancer and heart disease??? No. Eat your food how it is
    meant to be consumed. RAW

    • Moderator

      In reply to Grant's comment

      Raw food is always a good thing, but it can be hard for many of us to maintain. I aim for around 70 to 80% raw myself. Good for you for aiming higher, Grant.

  • Except quinoa isn't a grain.

  • I have been working with a nutritionist for nearly two years and your information is so "spot on"! Thank-you for these reminders to help us keep on track with healthy eating. May I add that we also need to be very wary of GMO foods that have crept into the American food chain like a plague.

  • #1 should be wild Salmon

  • Quinoa, just like ALL other grains (wheat, corn, rice, barley, oats, spelt, amaranth, rye, buckwheat, sorghum, millet, etc., gluten free or not), contains phytic acid, gliadin, and lectins (including soy and starches such as potatoes). All three of these substances are detrimental to the human body, because they prevent nutrients from being absorbed fully in the digestive tract (which is 70-80% of your immune system), and exacerbate blood sugar levels in the presence of the empty carbs.

    According to our Paleolithic ancestry of approximately 10,000 years ago, humans have not yet evolved to the point to where our digestive system produces the phytase enzyme required for the breakdown of phytic acid. This type of acid can wreak havoc on your intestinal tract, and can cause inflammation, the primary symptom of most diseases and other ailments, including cancer.

    Grain carbs are processed as sugar, and this sugar feeds yeast (fungus) in your intestinal tract to the point where the beneficial probiotic-to-yeast ratio is unhealthily imbalanced. This causes the fungus to take over, leading to the hyphae (tendrils) of the yeast fungus to literally poke/tear microscopic holes in your intestines! The nutrients you consume then leak through these damaging holes and directly into your bloodstream before being processed. Antibiotics are the easiest way for yeasts to take over, since they shut down your body's natural immune defenses of probiotics.

    Still want to consume grains?






    These links are provided here just to get you started. But, don't believe me. Do the research yourself, as always!

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