The main goals of societies are to protect the health of the brain, along with healthy aging. The world of science continues to work despite the various environmental factors that endanger human health. Medical Park University Hospital in Istini Gaziosmanpaşa Specialist in Surgery of the Brain and Nerve (Neurosurgery) Op. Dr. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Tulagar Bashak said ecological factors are the most important issues affecting our health today. Op. Dr Deva, "leading to oxidative stress such as UV rays, radiation, cigarettes, stress, packaged products, pesticides as environmental factors are leading," he says.
THE FOOD ADJUSTES BROWN CONNECTIONS
It is noted that the nutrients we consume change our short / long term cognitive and emotional behavior and that there is increasing evidence that they regulate brain connections. Dr Başak, "Although our age-specific needs vary for each age group, and as far as evidence is guided, it's important to know what to pay to keep your brain healthy." The amount of fat in the diet and the content of this fat are very important for healthy aging, basically, saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol consumption are negative, unsaturated fatty acids and omega-3 consumption have a positive effect, he said.
"Folic acid is important for mothers' mothers"
Op. Dr. Bashak continued his words as follows:
Since brain development begins in the womb, it is important for mothers to be fed with high levels of folic acid. It is important to consume bananas, legumes, meat, fish, skim milk, yoghurt and green leafy vegetables that contain vitamin B. Vitamin B plays an important role in the development of memory and intelligence, and also helps in the production of new cells and maintains the structure of existing cells. Omega-3-rich fish (tuna, salmon, mackerel, herring, trout and geranium) should be eaten at regular intervals to function better in brain function and to think faster by strengthening memory.
The secret of happiness is hidden in the grapes
In order to slow down the decline in the brain that occurs with aging nutritional recommendations, Op. Dr. Deva, "rich in vitamins E, walnuts, hazelnuts, cashew nuts, peanuts, sunflower seeds, sesame, linseed, dopamine (a hormone of happiness) that increases the ability to solve the problem while high antioxidant blueberries and tomatoes Vegetables such as carrots preserve the brain by improving memory Tomatoes contain lycopene to combat cell damage in Alzheimer's disease Pumpkin seeds contain zinc that enhances memory and thinking skills Broccoli boosts vitamin K Nutrient and sage is a great source of vitamin E that improves memory We recommend a balanced, rich and nutritious diet that includes every nutrient Nutrition at every stage of the meaning of our diet is the most important key to a healthy life that we need to remember.