Video: ❶ Increase IQ With Smart Menu
Scientists are still not fully agreed on whether dietary variability can make the human brain work better. But the thought process improves with the normalization of blood flow, the elasticity of the vascular walls and an increase in the conductivity of nerve endings. Accordingly, increasing IQ using smart menus is a reality. Location: Location:
One of the vitamins that favorably affects the ability to think logically and express clearly is B1 (or thiamine). It optimizes not only blood circulation, but also the cognitive function of the brain, and also increases endurance and perseverance during training. Among other things, it is an excellent antioxidant that is designed to protect brain cells from aging. The body needs thiamine most of all during stress: when preparing for exams, passing any intellectual projects, defending dissertations, etc. But this does not mean that it can be ignored in everyday life.
Lack of vitamin B1 leads to nervous exhaustion, delayed formation of images, difficulty in perceiving and memorizing information. To avoid hypovitaminosis, the menu must include buckwheat and oatmeal (they have the highest concentration of this substance); consume at least a small amount of wholemeal or bran bread daily; don't ignore legumes - peas, beans, lentils. Of animal products, thiamine is the richest in meat - pork and beef, and veal liver is recommended for a smart menu of offal.
An indispensable "couple" for increasing IQ - vitamins A and D, present in oysters and fish oil. But there are not many people who voluntarily agree to use this pharmaceutical preparation (however, some manufacturers conclude fish oil in gelatin capsules, which makes the absorption process easier). In fact, you can do without such additives by introducing fatty fish into your diet. In addition, they are rich in phosphorus, which also has the most beneficial effect on brain activity and intelligence.
In order to choose exactly the fish you need in the store, you should remember one simple rule. All fish are divided into 4 groups in terms of fat content: lean - with a fat content of about 2% (haddock, cod, pollock), medium fat - they contain up to 8% fat (bream, carp), fatty - containing up to 15% fat (salmon, sturgeon) and especially fatty - they may contain more than 15% (eel, halibut). Of course, the consumption of fatty fish is fraught with an increase in blood cholesterol, but still it is not formed as quickly as in those who eat fatty meat.
Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is a real factor in the body's defense against stress, and therefore, contributing to an increase in the ability to work and receptivity to information. Among other things, it accelerates cell regeneration, participates in lipid metabolism and other body reactions that are important for normal life. The maximum amount of ascorbic acid is contained in rosehip broth, black currant berries, sweet red pepper. If you introduce any of these foods into your daily menu, your brain will always be "fully armed".