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Vitamins that improve memory and restore nervous system

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Author: Maria Kholina

We often hear "I forgot" in the modern world. All these memory lapses are a consequence of something, primarily a deficiency in vitamins, according to nutritionist Vira Kuryn.

Vitamins to improve memory


This vitamin is the key to enhancing brain function. Take 3 capsules every morning if you want your mind to work without memory lapses.

Vitamins of the B group

Vitamins of the B group restore the nervous system and improve brain function.

Coenzyme Q10

The nutritionist explained that coenzyme is an energy stimulator necessary for brain activity, improving cognitive abilities, and memory.


Selenium plays a crucial role in supporting the nervous system's health, normalizing cognitive function, and improving memory and concentration.

Which foods are beneficial for improving memory

Olive oil

To get the maximum benefit, use two teaspoons as a salad dressing. Note that heated oil releases carcinogenic substances and loses its beneficial properties.

Chicken eggs

High choline content in chicken eggs helps in creating new cells and positively affects the nervous system.

Beetroot juice

Antioxidants in beetroot juice help remove toxins from the body and improve blood and oxygen flow to the brain.


Broccoli is the source of choline, vitamin K, and glucosinolates, which optimize the nervous system's function and improve information perception.

Green tea

Green tea is rich in catechins and caffeine, which slow down brain aging.


Spinach contains vitamins A, C, K, and a significant amount of lutein. Fresh spinach retains maximum beneficial properties, and it's helpful to add it to salads.

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