9 Foods Boost Your Memory & Cognition

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For just 7 calories, 1 cup (30 grammes) of raw spinach provides 16 percent of the DV for vitamin A and 120 percent for vitamin K.

Spinach

1 cup (128 grammes) of carrots contains 119 percent of the DV for vitamin A. (4Trusted Source). They also contain beta carotene, an antioxidant that gives them their vibrant orange colour.

Carrots

Broccoli contains glucosinolate, a sulfur-containing plant compound, and its byproduct sulforaphane.

Broccoli

For millennia, garlic has been used medicinally (12Trusted Source). In particular, allicin has been shown to benefit blood sugar and heart health.

Garlic

Kale, like other leafy greens, is high in nutrients and antioxidants. Just one cup (21 g) of raw kale is high in potassium and vitamins A, B. C. and K.

Kale

Only 7 calories per cup (36 grammes), but nearly 1 gramme fibre, 1 gramme protein, and lots of manganese, magnesium, and vitamins A-K.

Swiss chard

Beets are a colourful root vegetable that are low in calories and high in fibre, folate, and manganese.

Beets

Asparagus is a great source of vitamins and minerals. 1/2 cup (90 grammes) cooked asparagus provides 33% DV folate, selenium, vitamin K, thiamine, and riboflavin.

Asparagus

Red cabbage is another antioxidant-rich cruciferous vegetable. 1 cup (89 g) raw contains 2 g fibre and 56% DV vitamin C.

Red cabbage

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