7. Sunflower seeds
The anti-oxidative properties of Vitamin E can be hardly overlooked. So, from which ever source a body gets it naturally one should get it. Another very potent source of vitamin E are the seeds among which sunflower seeds are the most important. They can be taken dry-roasted in an amount about one ounce per day. It can compromise approximately 30% of your vitamin E intake which is an incentive as one does not need to go for artificial supplements. Hey can eaten or sprinkled over different salads or they can be munched in between the regular meals of the day. Their core ingredient vitamin E helps in the maintenance of a healthy brain activity and a good memory.
8. Peanuts and peanut butter
Peanuts and its related products are rich in fat. However, these fats they have in themselves are good fats which are healthy for the body. They contain unsaturated fats and lack trans fats and saturated fats. They are a good source of vitamin E for the body and we know how beneficial vitamin E is for our body from the above-mentioned facts. The proteins along with some bioactive products promote a healthier heart and eventually a healthier brain by improving the vascular health within a body. Since they improve the blood circulation in the body and also to the brain so they also improve the signal transduction in the brain which is ultimately help in keeping a good memory and a healthy brain that is free from problems such a depression and anxiety.