This Recipe Can Improve Your Memory and Keep Your Brain Healthy
Over the last few decades the average life expectancy has increased, causing the population over 60 years of age to increase.
Some even make it to 80 years old, and while they may seem physically healthy, almost all of them suffer from memory problems.
Many, unfortunately, not only forget things of the past, but also more recent details such as what they ate for lunch. But I bet that happens to you too, doesn’t it?
Did you know that some problems can make you seem years older?
If a young person takes the necessary precautions to preserve his memory, he will most likely have a healthy brain when he gets old.
How is your memory? Are you having trouble concentrating?
Maybe your brain needs a little more energy and nutrition.
In today's video we’re going to show you a natural recipe to help your brain stay active! It’s rich in nutrients and can act directly on cognitive health, which is great!
This recipe calls for beer yeast (brewer's yeast) and oats.
Here are the ingredients:
1/2 of a banana;
2 apples (if not organic, remove the peel);
4 tablespoons of oats;
1 cup of vegetable milk (coconut, rice, sesame, sunflower or almonds);
1 tablespoon of brewer's yeast.
Wash the apples, peel the banana and cut all the fruit into slices.
Once this is done, blend all of the ingredients together until you have an even mixture.
If you think the drink is too thick, add more vegetable milk or water.
Drink this smoothie every day on an empty stomach.
So, what did you think of the recipe?
If you have already made this recipe, tell us about it in the comments!
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