YOU and the Best Brain Food
Dr. Axe says the best brain food is:
- Bone Broth
- Coconut Oil
- Dark Chocolate
- Egg Yolks
- Extra virgin olive oil
- Green, leafy vegetables
I have for the last 30 years been eating many of the above in my diet – for hypothyroidism.
Here is the list from Webmd.com
Nuts and seeds
Harvard. Edu talks about paying attention to how eating
different foods make you feel – try cutting out all processed
foods and sugar. Adding fermented foods like kimchi, miso,
sauerkraut, pickles, or kombucha. They say you might want
to try going dairy-free – and some people feel better when
their diets are grain-free. Try the “clean” diet for two to three
The field of Nutritional Psychiatry is relatively new, however
there are observational data regarding the association
between diet quality and mental healthy across countries,
cultures and age groups – depression in particular.
There are also some studies suggesting that dietary
improvement can prevent depression. Diet during early life
is also linked to mental health outcomes in children.
An international team of researchers found that seniors who
consumed the most nutritious food had a nearly 25 percent
reduction in the risk of mental decline compared those with
the least healthy diets. A study published in the online issue
Dr. Mercola’s list for brain food is very close to Dr. Axe.
In today’s environment, it is very hard to stay on a day in and
day out the diet of all the above “best brain” foods.
For the most part of the year- I never buy any canned,
bagged, or boxed foods to bring home for foods. Once in a
great while, I will buy a can of chili or a box of favorite
crackers but it is limited to one-two times a year.
My Blood type along with my hypothyroidism requires my
body to eat mostly proteins, meat, eggs, tuna and green
leafy salad with fresh tomatoes. I watch what I eat because I
also, have edema and I keep that at bay with my daily fresh
The above are my health issues but I pay attention to what I
I went through depression when my childhood family was
dying and I started several years ago adding
Lithium Orotate as a supplement. Please do a search:
Lithium orotate Dr. John Grey and listen to his video on
We do not have enough lithium orotate for our brain. Very
affection and will probably help for depression and anxiety.
Either buy it at Dr. Grey’s website or I get mine from
The Power Hour-Joyce Riley’s radio show out of Missouri
It is the fuel that will make your brain work best.