According to the findings of some recent studies, certain foods that are readily available at any market may help postpone the aging of the brain and even restore its initial power.
It was found that having 2 servings of any green leafy vegetables, such as kale, spinach or grape leaves, per day, may significantly boost your brain function. Vegetables belonging to the group of leafy greens have the ability to rejuvenate the brain even by 11 years owing to their high vitamin K content.
A study that examined the effect of leafy greens on cognitive abilities was carried out on older people. Their cognitive abilities were measured, and it was shown that those who consumed leafy greens on a regular basis had much better brain function, which actually resembled that of a person eleven years younger than them, than the ones who didn’t consume any leafy greens.
This finding has proven the power of green leafy vegetables in the prevention and reduction of the development of Alzheimer’s disease for the first time in history.
Green leafy vegetables are rich in other essential nutrients than vitamin K, including folate, lutein, and beta carotene, which bound together help to postpone the development of dementia.
From now on, you should start consuming these vegetables regularly and help your body and brain function as best as they can for many years to come.