Pumpkin

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Few people would turn to pumpkins when their memory begins to suffer, but research has shown that the high levels of nutrients and minerals in pumpkins and pumpkin seeds can be beneficial for cognitive function. Iron and folate are both key components of circulation and the functioning of the brain, and these two nutrients are found in high concentrations in pumpkin seeds. If you feel that your memory is beginning to slow down, or your brain if a few steps behind, make roasted pumpkin seeds a daily snack and get your mind back in proper shape!

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