- Brain fog, memory loss, spacey moments…
You know what I’m talking about, right?
Declining oestrogen levels during menopause does have an effect on our memory – The good news is, it doesn’t last.
But while you’re waiting for your brain to return to somewhat of a normal state, try eating more purple coloured foods, such as
Purple sweet potatoes ( if you can find them)
Purple foods in particular are rich in something called anthocyanins which are antioxidants, they can fight against oxidative damage – something that is known to contribute to brain ageing and memory impairment.
These particular antioxidants don’t just slow down the mental ageing process, they also boost learning and memory. Making them ideal to help us during times of menopausal memory loss.
So make the swap to purple foods where you can and eat them every day