Almond

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Almonds may not seem like the most obvious superfood for your brain, but they have been shown to have measurable effects on cognition and concentration. Almonds are rich in beneficial fats and important organic acids that we need for our bodies and minds to function properly. Those omega-3 fatty acids can reduce inflammation throughout the body, meaning that the build-up of plaque in neural pathways can be eliminated. Amnesia is often the result of improper cognitive alignment, and regular almond consumption can help the brain get back to its normal state.

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