OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS Fatty fish like salmon and tuna are particularly rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help with cognitive functioning. You can chalk up omega-3s from plants too, such as chia seeds. BLUEBERRIES Each little blue sphere is stuffed with antioxidants that may help learning and memory. They also work against brain aging and neurodegenerative disorders. And another high note: they may impact heart health, too! DARK-GREEN VEGGIES Worth remembering: Dark leafy veggies like kale, spinach, mustard and turnip greens, Brussels sprouts, and broccoli contain significant amounts of K and B vitamins, which can help with memory. These foods can also help with brain development and health for pregnant women. IT’S ELEMENTARY: CERTAIN VITAMINS AND MINERALS IN WHAT YOU EAT MAY BOOST YOUR BRAIN POWER. NOW THAT’S FOOD FOR THOUGHT! 44 Fresh Thyme Crave | 044-045 Brain Food_07.20 JGK.indd 44 8/14/17 11:56 AM