Flourish Brain Hack

Higher intake of magnesium-rich foods can reduce the risk of dementia, as the brain requires nutrients for proper functioning.

Magnesium and Dementia

Our brain requires nutrients to function correctly. Researchers noticed a higher intake of foods high in magnesium decreased the risk of dementia.

My healthy higher magnesium foods include:

  • Pumpkin seeds kernels: 1 oz/30 g – 168 mg
  • Chia seeds: 1 oz/30 g – 111 mg
  • Almonds, dry roasted: 1 oz/30 g 80 mg
  • Spinach boiled ½ cup/120 ml – 78 mg
  • Cashews, dry roasted: 1 oz/30 g – 74 mg

Magnesium Recommended Dietary Allowances for Adults:

  • Men: 400-420 mg
  • Women: 310-320

If you’re not getting enough magnesium in your diet you can take

Reference Sources Include
Takeuchi H, Kawashima R. Nutrients and Dementia: Prospective Study. Nutrients. 2023;15(4):842. Published 2023 Feb 7. doi:10.3390/nu15040842 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36839199/


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