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The best foods to keep your mind fresh

Sometimes our mood is very sluggish. The reason for this is due to high workload and getting more tension. Also, some hormones, such as serotonin, endorphin, and dopamine, are not inadequate. These hormones keep the brain fresh. We can increase the health of these hormones by eating a few foods.

Eating food which is rich in potassium, magnesium, carbohydrate, protein, selenium etc will help to make these hormones active. We have listed some of those food items. Read it, eat those foods and keep your mind happy and refreshing.

Strawberries
Strawberries are rich in potassium. It helps keep the veins smooth. And since it contains a lot of vitamin C, the mind will be refreshing when you eat it.

Banana
Like strawberries, bananas are also rich in potassium. In addition, there is a lot of magnesium. And the natural sweetness in it refresh the blood and makes the blood flow smoothly. The carbohydrate in it helps to keep your mind fresh.

Sunflower seed
Sunflower seeds are rich in selenium and magnesium. In fact, if you eat this, then you will feel some kind of peace and happiness. Amino acids in it increase the production of serotonin that helps keep the brain fresh.

Tomato
Tomato is one of the best food for the brain. Because it contains antioxidant, lycopene. It prevents the brain related issues.

Oregano
There is a caffeic acid, quercetin and rosmarinic acid in the Oregano. These products reduce stress. So if you add Oregano in the diet, your mind becomes relax.

Dark Chocolate
Everyone knows the dark chocolate. Anandamide in this increases the blood flow to the brain, increases the brain attention and keeps the brain's energy and good mood. We have to take limited dark chocolate because it contains a lot of calories.

Egg
Eggs have zinc, vitamin B, iodine, omega-3 fatty acids, and protein. These products are very good for brain health. And they can help to keep a refreshing mindset.

Asparagus
Folate and tryptophan are rich in asparagus. If the folate level is low in the body, the dull condition will occur. Also, tryptophan will increase the levels of serotonin and keep the brain fresh.

Dairy products
Milk contains protein. The protein is usually made of amino acids. These amino acids increase the energy in the body and keep the mood quiet. So eat milk products such as milk, cheese, curd.

Honey
One of the natural sweet honey is very good for health. Quercetin in honey can cure wounds in the brain. If you eat more of honey, your stress will be reduced and your brain will be active. Especially honey helps to keep the sugar levels in constant.

Coconuts
Coconut has triglycerides. These are a special kind of fats which keep mood well and good for the body.

Fish
The protein is too high in fish. Therefore, it is better to keep the fish in the diet to avoid stress.

Carbohydrates
While eating carbohydrates foods, serotonin will be produced and the brain will be get refreshed. So eat foods rich in carbohydrates.

Caffeine
If you have coffee or tea which has caffeine, you will get rid of high-tension, stay away from you. But if you drink too much, then it will be harmful.

Meat
Protein is rich in meat too. So you can keep your mind calm and refreshed by adding chicken, mutton, and beef once a week in the diet.

Sweets
If you eat sweets that are delicious, it will increase the production of endorphins and keep your mind happy. So it is better to eat sweet often.

Orange juice
Lack of Folic acid can cause stress. Because this deficiency reduces serotonin levels and causes the mind to be under some pressure. So when there is a dull mind, drink a glass of orange juice to fresh your mind.

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