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Your friend’s address. A family holiday as a child. The name of that lady you see at work every day. Memory is our ability to recall information from the recent or distant past. But can what we eat affect how well it works?
Kimberley Wilson, a psychologist with a master's degree in nutrition, looks at the food and drink that can have a surprisingly positive effect on improving our memory, and those that can do it harm.
Written and presented by Kimberley Wilson
Animation by Daire Collins
Commissioned by Dan John
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I should save this video so I don't forget.4 месяца назад
LOL!2 месяца назад
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Anton's Class +19
I strive to consume berries, green tea and dark chocolate daily. Another good one is beetroots, as they are also fantastic for arterial health.4 месяца назад
I feel bad for kids growing up on processed foods. It can affect their future forever. I was one of them. I'm shocked that processed foods can decrease appetite control. Makes sense actually3 месяца назад
This research supports what I already suspected. It is a call to action for all of us to improve our diet. Thank You3 месяца назад
Lovely writing! Informative!4 месяца назад
Wil Kavanagh +7
Whilst this info is generally good, there’s a few claims here that need more backing up. For instance in the last study where they changed individuals on a healthy diet to a more unhealthy one, how do we know that the cognitive effects are not caused by the actual change in diet, rather than the food itself? I think it’s a little bit scaremongering to tell people that if they have a few high calorie breakfasts and two takeaways in a week, they will have decreased brain function to a significant sense4 месяца назад
Wil Kavanagh +1
@Djip Minderman It’s good to try and improve your diet but having a few takeaways a month isn’t going to significantly change your health outcomes. It’s all about balance4 месяца назад
Surely that's worth it if that leads to said people changing to a healthier diet? I know I, for one, am more likely to only start actually doing something about anything when I'm pushed into doing so.4 месяца назад
Wonderful information indeed4 месяца назад
excellent presentation. Thanks!4 месяца назад
Henrique Akira Matsuo +6
This Channel is amazing4 месяца назад
BBC Reel +2
Thanks Henrique!4 месяца назад
Royston Hockett +2
Thank you that’s very helpful4 месяца назад
Great advice.Месяц назад
308 Dad +2
OK we’re getting somewhere. I have some follow up questions for you. 1) can we be sure those “improved memory scores” were the result of eating fruit or the result of not being malnourished? 2) can you cite actual studies or just say that “studies show” because you’re reading a script? My Grandmother ate what the government recommended and still got Alzheimer’s even though she worked everyday, even though she was really smart she even forgot me, one of her closest grandkids. She had no idea who I was. She wasn’t a smoker or drinker so you can’t blame that and she wasn’t lazy So lifestyle is completely eliminated from causation. Maybe the grains and sugar whether refined or carbohydrates are to blame? Some have speculated that Alzheimer’s is caused by oxidation in our brains and not cooking in aluminum, copper or iron cookware would’ve prevented this, would it have? They claim stainless steel would’ve prevented it but you have a proven source of dangerous chromium in stainless steel, so no it’s no better. So cook on glass only? Well it’s a thought but glass can be troublesome too from certain heavy metals used to give glass its colors.4 месяца назад
Irfan Hasan Swarna
Great!!!❤4 месяца назад
I don't need an excuse to consume chocolate. Even if it didn't improve my memory, I would still gorge myself on it.4 месяца назад
My problem is I remember too much, recent and past. I think it's due to chocolate donuts every morning.4 месяца назад
This is actually very good22 дня назад
I take purple grapes as red wine every day - saved!4 месяца назад
Is there a food to forget things? Like everything?4 месяца назад
I eat so much dark chocolate and fish that I recalled the word polyphenols even before it showed up in the video.4 месяца назад
Or maybe I just live in a time loop. Who knows?4 месяца назад
Does it work with red wine?4 месяца назад
Saved this video ❤️❤️❤️4 месяца назад
Dang I just watched and can't remember what I learned 😞4 месяца назад
Phia Kate +1
Aahhh don’t worry, have a bit of chocolate it will all come back to ya.😊4 месяца назад
Matthew S +2
Sorry, red wine lovers Purple grape juice is good for our health 🍷4 месяца назад
Oh really! Very interesting!4 месяца назад
Yeah but, Y tho? +3
Needing fish is misdirection. You need Omega 3 and this is ALA, DHA and EPA. Most studies show ALA which can be turned too DHA and EPA by the body. Fish these days is actually bad for you. It’s often farmed and high in saturated fats and pharmaceutical products, pesticides and other agricultural run off like fertilisers, animal waste from both ends and is predominately fed on soya or other GMO or high chemical feeds, often grown in deforested areas like the Amazon. Fish from the ocean contains all the above and large amounts of metals and plastics. A plant based diet of whole foods avoids all of this. That’s why Vegans are more intelligent, live healthier and longer lives.3 месяца назад
Tom Terrific +1
I'd like to see the scientific studies to back up your claims.3 месяца назад
Thomas Bingel +1
Anything new in this video? This has been regurgitated many times for over 30 years or so! My mother told me that as a teenager!4 месяца назад
@Francis the ways of humans are inscrutable! 🙂4 месяца назад
This means the information has stood the test of time and is still valid. Surprising how not many people know or follow it though4 месяца назад
Han zee +2
Stop eating process food it's all about4 месяца назад
JB Anders +1
im eating oreos while watching this. berries tomorrow if i can remember4 месяца назад