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Do you need a work boost? It can be extremely frustrating when you're at work and you can't even remember what you had for breakfast that morning. Unfortunately, this problem comes with age and we all have to deal with it. However, there's good news! You can slow the effects of memory loss by eating certain healthy foods. So, if you want to improve your memory to help you get the job done, start munching on these healthy, brain-boosting foods today!


Anchovies

Whether or not you like them on your pizza, anchovies are a great thing to add to your diet. According to Yahoo Health, anchovies are a great source of omega-3s, which can help fight against memory loss. Plus, the fats in these these little fish can put you in a better mood! Who knew?

Berries

These juicy treats are even better than you thought! Research has shown that fruits like blueberries and strawberries can help boost memory. CBS News reported that the flavonoids found in the berries could be what's helping the brain. These flavonoids slow stress and inflammation in the brain, which causes memory loss.

Onions

Although they might give you bad breath, don't shy away from adding onions to your sandwich! According to MSNBC, studies show that the quercetin found in onions actually helps to reverse the effects of age-related problems like memory loss. So, load up on the onions and get ready to remember - just pop in some mints before you head off to that interview! There you have it. Three foods that will give you a boost at work AND help your memory. Enjoy this article? You've got time for another! Check out these related articles: Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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