February 24, 2014
Boston University scientists have found that a diet rich in the
"choline" which is one of the vitamins of group "B" helps to slow down
the aging process of the human brain, and helps improve memory.
Scientists have noted that this vitamin is present in chicken meat, eggs, fish and sea beans, and concluded that those who ate large amounts of choline showed the best results in the memory test and were less vulnerable to changes in the brain associated with the aging process.
The researchers said that diet has an effect on the human body, including the brain, and that proper nutrition and varied very important for middle-aged in particular.
Darwin Smith the author of Grow Taller 4 Idiots Program advised men to take 550 mg of choline per day, and this dose of 425 mg for women.
A quarter of a chicken, or severed flesh 75 gm or 150 gm thickness, or a can of tuna without oil, or eggs, or dish beans with lemon, cumin and one teaspoon of olive oil, or 100 gm cottage cheese thyme and cumin and cut green pepper, with half a loaf of brown, two slices of toast or brown, or 6 tablespoons rice or pasta.
With a large dish vegetables
(can be made up of one or more of the following categories: green beans,
broccoli, zucchini, peas, carrots, green pepper, pepper, yellow, red
pepper, onion, celery, "salary", green beans, cauliflower, cabbage ,
artichokes, mushrooms), with a large green salad dish.
After lunch two hours or two hours before dinner:
Fruit of any kind
Disc, or hard-boiled egg, or a small piece of white cheese, or 5 tablespoons Fava Beans without oil, with a quarter of a loaf of brown, with a cup yogurt cup skim or skim milk.
Before bedtime drink a large glass of warm water.
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