Five Brain Foods To Eat Yourself Happy And Fit With


Gain more happiness and vitality with these five brain foods

What does our concentration, mood and brain performance have to do with our diet? More than many think! “Brain foods” is the magic word! Let’s dig a bit deeper into this topic and also show you five foods that will sharpen your focus and enhance your joy de vivre.

Food keeps body and soul together – so the saying goes. The old wisdom relates to the age-old observation that a healthy diet is the basis for physical and psychological well-being.

Even the Romans knew: Mens sana in corpore sano – A healthy mind rests in a healthy body. Today, this self-image has unfortunately disappeared more and more from our thoughts.

Nowadays, we can even scientifically justify the relationships and interactions between body and mind.

The reason for this is that the psychological challenges that we have to face every day in our modern world also have physical effects on us.

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Psyche influences metabolism, digestion and nutrient absorption

For example, our metabolism, hormone status and digestion change with psychological stress. This is due to the stress hormones adrenaline and cortisol, which our body releases during psychological stress as well as physical stress.

Among other things, they cause a restriction of digestion and stall the absorption of important nutrients. At the same time, however, the need for them increases.

In addition, blood sugar levels and lipid levels rise, as does the exposure to free radicals. The immune system is throttled.

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Well cared for – even with psychological stress?

If we are under psychological stress, the systems in our bodies run at full speed. We then consume more fat, more protein, more carbohydrates, more vitamins, more minerals and more phytochemicals than in quiet times.

We are usually well supplied with some of these substances, even with poor nutrition form: carbohydrates, saturated fats and most amino acids (components of proteins).

Other substances, on the other hand, can become scarce over a long period of time in the case of psychological stress.

These primarily include B vitamins (vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B12 and biotin contribute to a healthy psyche). These, furthermore, include unsaturated fatty acids (especially omega-3 fatty acids), the amino acids tryptophan and tyrosine, along with some minerals (e.g. Magnesium, potassium).

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Irritation, a higher sense of stress, difficulty concentrating and upset are typical symptoms of long-term psychological stress.

These five foods in our infographic provide you with the relevant substances particularly well. They are, therefore, also called “brain foods” – foods for the brain/thoughts:

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1- Rich in unsaturated fatty acids
2- Provide many vitamins and phytochemicals
3-They contain multiple sugars and lecithin – good for the brain and nerves
4- Versatile use as a dip, spread (sweet and salty), side salad, dessert

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Fish (e.g. salmon or mackerel)

1- Rich in omega-3 fatty acids (good for the brain and nerves)
2- Provides iodine (important for the thyroid and its metabolic hormones)
3- Contains tryptophans * and many other important proteins

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Dried fruit (unsulphured)

1- Rich in magnesium and potassium (supports the bloodstream to carry oxygen to the brain)
2- Provide many B vitamins (increased need for stress)
3- Dates contain tryptophans *

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1- Rich in potassium and magnesium (see 10 magnesium-rich foods to help reach your daily needs)
2- Provide tryptophans *
3- Unbeatably practical: their natural packaging

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Nuts and almonds

1- Provide plenty of protein and healthy fatty acids
2- Contain a lot of tryptophan * (especially cashew nuts)
3- They fill you up and are the ideal brain food for in between

* Tryptophan is an important precursor of the hormone serotonin, which ensures relaxation, satisfaction and restful sleep.

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Dear co-creators

It’s time for you to have your say now. Are you making sure that your brain receives the right nourishment?

Were you still unaware of the above-mentioned details about brain foods, or did I miss something that you would like to add?

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