Foods That Can Make You More Forgetful

By Tonny Wandella

Have you ever lost your train of thought in the middle of a sentence? Have you forgotten why you entered the room? You could believe it’s just the natural ageing process, but it could be related to the things you eat. Your brain consumes 20% to 30% of the calories you ingest, making it your body’s most energy-hungry organ. In terms of cognitive function, whatever you put on the end of your fork matters. And if you eat fast food, you’ll develop a fast-food memory.

Whether you’re experiencing forgetfulness, examine your diet to determine if you’re eating any of these items that might contribute to memory issues.

White Carbohydrates

Rice, potatoes, white bread, and spaghetti are all bad for your memory. They are all high glycemic foods, which means that eating them quickly raises blood sugar and insulin levels. A single high-glycemic meal damages memory, according to a 2015 assessment of the scientific data on diet and cognitive deficiencies. Higher intakes of refined carbohydrates and lipids are associated with increased memory impairment. These white foods and other refined carbohydrates raise inflammation, which is known to increase the chance of developing dementias like Alzheimer’s.

Trans fat

These artificial fats, sometimes known as “Frankenfats,” are included in partly hydrogenated vegetable oils and should not be a part of your diet if you want to maintain mental clarity. They may be found in packaged baked products like doughnuts, crackers, and snack foods as well as shortening, a lot of processed foods, margarine, commercially prepared fried foods, and fried foods.

Sodas and energising beverages

The rapid boost that sodas and energy drinks promise may really be fuelling your forgetfulness. According to a 2013 research, sugary drinks have been linked to diabetes, which raises the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. New research relating aberrant insulin levels to Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive loss was published in 2017 in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. Some experts have dubbed Alzheimer’s disease “Type 3” diabetes due to the close link.

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