The Colour Purple

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17-09-2013

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Why does your brain need a steady diet of purple?

Your brain craves purple foods. They are good for your heart and your brain. Remember, what’s good for your heart is good for your brain. Poor nutrition and lack of dietary knowledge can inhibit your ability to reach maximum cerebral achievement.

Purple foods are packed with polyphenols. That’s what produces the beautiful rich colour.

Polyphenols help keep your arteries and blood vessels healthy and flexible. This reduces your risk of Alzheimer’s and heart disease.

Adding purple foods to your diet enhances brain function. Studies have shown that eating a cup of blueberries daily can improve the way your brain cells communicate with each other. The result is a better memory!

And, of course, some of these are great as juice.

When you are planning your meals and snacks be sure to put purple on your plate and in your glass. You brain will thank you.

These are all a regular part of my diet:

•Blueberries

•Grapes

•Raisins

•Plums

•Prunes

•Purple kale

•Beets

•Kidneybeans

•Purple cabbage

•Acai berries

•Eggplant

Congratulations on learning something about your brain today.

Always remember:

“You are a genius!”

Enjoy your brain.

Terry Small is a brain expert who resides in Canada and believes that anyone can learn how to learn easier, better, faster, and that learning to learn is the most important skill a person can acquire. To interact with Small, email mystarjob@leaderonomics.com . Click here for more articles.

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