Peanut: A brain booster

A very affordable brain booster that can buy anywhere in the world, Peanuts is considered as a nutritious food for the brain because it contain high amounts of vitamin E as a good source to make the brain functions properly.

Peanuts are rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, fiber and primarily unsaturated fats that the brain requires to function it properly.
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In comes with minerals, brains requires certain minerals that the body turns into electrolytes which they become absorbed by the cells. The peanuts and the peanut butter as well contains such minerals like magnesium, phosphorus, copper and potassium. These minerals is important for brain and nerve cells to generate electrical signals in order to communicate with themselves and the rest of the body.

Peanut butter is a rich source of protein, which is important for peak brain function. Research shows that a person eating a breakfast high in protein performs better on mental tasks throughout the day.
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Peanut butter is also a great source of vitamins B3 and folate. In addition, peanut butter helps regulate cholesterol which also keeps those blood vessels healthy.

An excellent food for students because of its high nutritional value. Eating peanuts can keep the brain function because of it aids that maintain a steady sugar level on the body.

But of course, eat in moderation because eating too much peanut is not advisable.

 

http://www.livestrong.com/article/445843-are-peanuts-brain-food/
http://www.studyskillsblog.com/peanut-as-brain-booster/
http://www.braintraining101.com/five-fun-foods-that-can-increase-your-brain-power/
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