1) Oily fish
Fish is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for healthy brain and body function. The omega-3 fatty acids are compromised of three components that the human body can not produce by itself, these being EPA, DHA and ALA. These three acids are thought to benefit our bodies in many ways, including reducing inflammation around our joints and blood vessels.
Many medical studies have proposed that the consumption of blueberries can help to prevent memory loss and aid brain function. Plus they are super healthy and readily available so they make the perfect 3pm snack.
Like oily fish nuts also contain essential composites, including vitamin E which helps to maintain cell structure by protecting cell membranes.* Of course these aren’t the best idea if you are allergic.
4) Leafy greens
Green leafy vegetables such as spinach and broccoli include the vital vitamin K, which helps cognitive functions. Vitamin K is also used to aid blood clotting, to help you heal properly.