The Science The potassium-packed fruit is also a great source of magnesium, a key element in producing and storing energy.
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The Solution Eggs - one daily.
The Science Eggs are packed with choline, a nutrient that boosts the brain's ability to relay commands to the rest of your body while also maintaining the structure of your brain's cell membranes.
The Solution Garlic - one to two cloves daily, in food.
The Science Crushed garlic contains allicin, a compound that can decrease blood pressure and improve blood flow, which may lead to a harder erection
The Solution Sunflower seeds - a quarter cup daily.
The Science These vitamin E-loaded seeds will protect the neurons in your brain from oxidative stress, which means you keep your memory longer
The Solution Apples - one daily.
The Science Leave the peel on-it's full of ursolic acid, which fuels the production of insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF1) and insulin, two hormones important in building muscle.
The Solution Oranges - one daily, or six ounces of juice.
The Science Vitamin C helps your body make collagen, the protein that keeps skin elastic.
The Solution Chicken - four ounces daily.
The Science Tryptophan is often associated with turkey, but chicken contains more of the amino acid that helps the body produce the sleep-friendly hormone melatonin.
The Solution Brown rice - one cup of cooked rice daily.
The Science Carbs help regulate the production of serotonin, a key neurotransmitter in controlling mood and suppressing anxiety. A complex carb like brown rice will give you the best high-carb-low-cal combo.
The Solution Green tea - one cup daily, after a meal.
The Science The puffiness that creates dark circles under your eyes is often caused by fluid retention. Green tea is a diuretic that'll reduce unwanted swelling all over your body.
The Solution Peanuts - a quarter cup daily.
The Science If you're not producing enough gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), your brain is more prone to let anxiety run wild. Peanuts are one of the best (and tastiest) sources of glutamine, the amino acid needed to make GABA.