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Improve Your Brain Health, Function and Memory

As we age naturally, our brain function can become sluggish, our memory may worsen and overall brain health may decline. The good news it that there are ways to keep your brain healthy long into your older years. One of these ways is by adding this list of super foods to your diet.


Fish high in omega-3 fatty acids are important for supporting healthy brain function. They also contain anti-inflammatory properties which helps relieve stress and keeps swelling to a minimum.


Blueberries are packed with antioxidants which can help protect the brain from serious diseases such as Alzheimer's and dementia.

Seeds and Nuts

Because nuts and seeds are so high in vitamin E, they can help your brain health and improve memory by preventing a cognitive decline as you age.


Pomegranates are filled with antioxidants, protecting the brain from free radicals and helping promote brain function.

Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate is great because it contains natural stimulants, including caffeine, which can help keep you focused, stimulate endorphins and even improve your mood.

Along with adding these foods into your diet, you should exercise regularly to keep your brain functioning properly and keep yourself sharp. At Physicians Age Management, we can help you get on the right path to better health through supplementation and lifestyle changes. It's what we do, everyday, and our specialty. Call us today for a free consultation at 844.440.8444

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