Nutrients: thiamin, folate, potassium, vitamin C, fiber
Nutrients: Calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, vitamin C, fiber
Folic Acid is a vitamin B complex that plays a critical role in early brain development and later on helps the adult brain to focus, remember and stay alert. It also reduces the presence of harmful amino acids (notably homocysteine) known to damage the brain. It is found in many different foods including beans, fruits, leafy vegetables and lentils.
There are several other kinds of vitamins and minerals that can have a positive impact on brain function but any diet and/or supplement strategy should at the very least include ample quantities of those mentioned above. Making sure of this can be a very important step in the fight against the symptoms of ADD-ADHD.IAlthough there are numerous kinds of vitamins and minerals which keep our brain function well but the ones discussed above and their supplements must be included in sufficient quantity to keep your brain active. This strategy becomes more important when you have the symptoms of ADD-
The most important role that B12 plays is in the formation of myelin. This is the substance that is responsible for the sheath that protects most nerve cells. Damaged or insufficient myelin can lead to memory loss, mood swings and impaired reasoning. B12 is commonly found in meat. This means that vegetarians should pay particular attention to taking it as a supplement.