Boost your brain health with these 3 superfoods!

We want you to feel good on the inside, so you can feel good on the outside. Our superfood powder blends are 100% natural with no hidden nasties.

More and more studies show that superfoods (and superfood powders) not only provide vitamins and minerals, they also contribute a lot to your brain health. In this changing time where we are all compelled to ride the waves of the inevitable, it may be challenging to keep a healthy mind. 

And while nutritionists and other food experts say that there is no “magic pill” when it comes to keeping a diet for mental health, there are foods that can keep you in good shape to maintain a healthy mind.  

1. Berries

Berries contain flavonoids, which is a substance that gives these fruits a bright color. This plant chemical can actually aid in improving your memory. In 2012, researchers in Brigham and Women’s Hospital published a study in Annals of Neurology stating that women who take two or more servings of blueberries and strawberries weekly showed delayed decline of memory for up to 2 ½ years! 

This is why we specifically made our Berry Boost blend to give you the right amount of flavonoids to power up your mental health. They’re high in antioxidants that protect your cells from damage and our 100% all-natural formula is made with potent, yet effective ingredients to eliminate toxins in your body while keeping you in a calmer mood – a definite way to keep a clear mind.  

2. Tea & coffee

A shot of caffeine in the morning is not bad at all. In fact, it can help you function well inside and out. In research published in 2014, it was found that people who have higher caffeine intake achieved higher scores on mental function test.  This should give more reasons why you have to enjoy your cup of Joe before starting a hectic day. 

Just be careful though, the recommended intake of caffeine is 400 mg a day. An 8 oz. cup of brewed coffee contains about 50-70 mg of caffeine while a regular green tea has roughly 28-38 mg of caffeine. 

3. Walnuts

Walnuts are good sources of good fats and protein. It contains a high amount of omega-3 fatty acids, which will aid in the management of blood pressure and healthier arteries. This is good for brain health as the needed nutrients are efficiently circulated in the brain for proper function. 

Remember though, that the best way to achieve a healthy mind is to combine a balanced diet with a positive mindset, calm environment and loved ones whom you can enjoy your time with.