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Lost your car keys, perhaps, or misplaced your favorite CD or jacket? A fried egg or perhaps a salmon meal might help you remember where you put them.
Memory expert John Lee Hancock, author of "Maximize Your Memory" (Reader's Digest Assocation, 2000,) claims a balanced diet is essential for good memory. Recommended brain foods include egg yolks, oily fish and wheat.
According to Hancock, the lecithin in these foods has proven in experiments to be useful in boosting the brain's memory power. Hancock says the glutamic acid which is found in dairy products and whole wheat is also a "powerful brain booster." Hancock suggests that maintaining steady blood sugar levels may help sharpen your memory skills. He advises that eating several small meals during the day might be more beneficial than the standard two or three large ones.
Source: Third Age Health & Wellness