While you probably know that fruits and vegetables are good for your body, you might be surprised that they are also important for your brain, and that eating plenty of fruits and vegetables may even improve your memory. According to Dr. Dane E. Hunnes, people who consume more foods high in antioxidant flavonols may have a slower rate of memory decline. Results of a new study determined that the best fruits and vegetables include the following: apples, broccoli, kale, oranges, pears, spinach, and tomatoes because of their high antioxidant flavonols and anti-inflammatory properties. Combine them with regular exercise and mentally stimulating activities and all of this supports your overall brain health. Read the full article here.

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