Does eating peanuts improve one’s memory?

Question BankCategory: ESL Small Talk QuestionsDoes eating peanuts improve one’s memory?
Gian VelascoGian Velasco asked 1 month ago
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April VismonteApril Vismonte answered 4 weeks ago

Yes, it does!

According to some studies, peanuts have Resveratrol, a bioactive. It is believed to improve blood flow to the brain by as much as 30%—which helps reduce the risk of stroke1. This may also help to improve your cognitive abilities.

Moreover, peanuts are excellent source of niacin and a good source of vitamin E, both of which have been shown to protect against Alzheimer’s disease and age-related cognitive decline.

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