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Top 5 superbrain drinks for your kids

Do you think your child is lagging behind in studies? Do you feel that there should be an easy way to turn your children smarter? The level of education that we wish for our kids to attain, the kind of intelligence we want kids to have will require a

Exercise & Fitness By Namrata Dutta / Oct 13, 2016

Pomegranate juice

Full of antioxidants, pomegranate is one of the best brain foods that you can give to your child. Studies reveal that antioxidants prevent the free radicals from damaging the brain cells. Besides,  antioxidants help the brain to maintain a healthy brain function by guarding your heart against free radicals. Studies further reveal that people with a healthy cardiovascular function has a better memory as brain depends upon a healthy cardiovascular system to function properly. Now, pomegranate has a better amount of antioxidants as compared to green tea or red wine.

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Aloe vera juice

Enriched in B6, aloe vera juice can help your kid to have sharp memory. Although it might not taste that good but having aloe vera juice can be great brain tonic for your kid. You can fuse the aloe vera juice with some other juice like guava juice, litchi  to add some taste.

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Coconut water

Coconut water is another brain food that your kids can enjoy and reap the health benefits simultaneously. According to a very rare known fact, our brain needs fat too. Coconut water has fat and the fat it contains is best known for boosting the memory and improving focus. The fats that coconut water can provide are known to improve focus, prevent mental fatigue and can even balance the blood sugar levels, which in turn ward of anxiety and depression. It has fats and amino acids that boost serotonin to stabilize certain hormones, which prevent mild anxiety and depression, poor concentration. So, you can give your kids a treat of coconut desserts every weekend and help them focus better.

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Beet juice

Even scientists affirm the fact that beet juice can improve the flow of blood to the brain, sharpening the mind of your kid and very effectively building a protection cover against dementia as your kids grow up. As the study further reveals that beet juice is rich in nitrate, which helps to unclog the blood vessels and improve the blood flow to brain. A glass of juice regularly can prove to be a great benefit for your child’s brain.

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Tomato juice

Tomatoes is rich in Vitamin A, D and C, lycopene tomatoes juice can offer essential chemicals to boost brain function. Now, lycopene here cleans the oxygen particles or oxygen species, which damage the DNA, lipids and proteins. Why damage of oxygen species is important? Oxygen species can cause neurodegenerative diseases and lycopene helps your brain maintain a healthy brain function and prevents the damage.  Now, this is not it, a glass of tomato juice will not only benefit your teenage daughter’s skin but also her memory. The antioxidants and lycopene helps boost memory.

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