5. Asparagus:

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This long green veggie is rich in brain-boosting vitamin K, as well as offers a substantial dose of folate (vitamin B9) — one cup supplies about 65% of your recommended daily value. Studies reveal that folate (folic acid in its nutritional supplement type) consumption supports better cognitive speed in processing information, and improved performance on memory tests.

6. Walnuts:

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Walnuts are a brain power food loaded with Vitamin B12 and B6, shown to prevent memory decline by eliminating homocysteine in the blood. They’re are also loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, which have been shown to improve your memory function as you age.

7. Broccoli:

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Broccoli has tremendously high Vitamin K content, a fat-soluble antioxidant that reinforces brain health. High blood levels of Vitamin K have principally been shown to improve episodic memory – an important cognitive function that has been linked to past-event recollection.

8. Spinach:

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Spinach has so many nutrients which are beneficial to your overall health. It has also be found to have positive effects on brain function. It increases blood flow to the brain due to the immense amount of nitrates contained inside and therefore increases mental performance. Spinach can also help to prevent cancer cell and tumour growth, protecting your brain and body in the long-term.

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