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  1. Shayla at |

    I love how many vegetarian foods are on this list. So many people think you can’t be healthy without meat, but I don’t see any animals on here besides fish that are good for your brain!

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  2. Michael at |

    Fish ar containg toxic metals, including "heavy metals" and semi-metallic elements, including arsenic and selenium in larger amounts, that whay they become toxic.

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  3. Evan at |

    Nice post. Pretty much knew all of those but it's nice to see them listed and described. Thanks!

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  4. G40 at |

    LOL..

    This list idea and items cam from here (site removed by the editor).

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    1. TopTenz Master at |

      @G40 You are mistaken. This list was submitted to toptenz.net in February. The article you reference was published in March. If anything, they got it from us.

      Toptenz.net is one of the most popular sites on the net ranking in the top 13,000 sites. The site you reference is in the 8 million range. Who do you think copied who?

      I assume you trying to promote that site.

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      1. G40 at |

        The article was originally posted to (removed) which was transferred to (removed). Good day

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        1. TopTenz Master at |

          Doubtful. These lists don't even contain the same foods. Obvious any research would show similar foods and a list about brain foods would then contain similar results. Again, this seems like a cheap marketing ploy to get readers to this site you are supporting. Have a great day.

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  5. Gestational Diabetes at |

    It's good to know that I eat many of the foods listed!

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  6. RedHead at |

    I think eating well is one of the biggest factors as well. Not only will it make you look better but you get the added benefit of feeling good as well! Check out this list of the best and worst foods to eat as far as their toxin and chemical content goes: Organic foods are the best!

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  7. Sandy at |

    It is nice that I like all the food from the list. I also think that we are what we eat and food we eat is a cause of many illnesses. I try to eat only healthy food. I've found some nice cookery books at pdf search http://www.pdfok.com . It is said that healthy food is usually very untasty, but it is not true. The food from the list is very tasty and very healthy.

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    1. TopTenz Master at |

      Sandy, thanks for the link. That site (http://www.pdfok.com) is a good resource for many topics that have been created in a pdf format.

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      1. Medyum at |

        I think eating well is one of the biggest factors as well. Not only will it make you look better but you get the added benefit of feeling good as well! Organic foods are the best!

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  8. Sarah Cain at |

    Awesome assortment. I agree with everything except the oysters, because they have negative health implications of their own. All bottom-feeders do.

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  9. Colin Hall at |

    I’ve got a feeling that any food, when taken to excess, will result in a reduction of health. It’s a sad fact [and quite boring], but “variety is the spice of life” and “everything in moderation” have always been the best guides to a healthy life … and there’s no cheating nature ;-)

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  10. Allan at |

    I also think that we are what we eat and food we eat is a cause of many illnesses. I try to eat only healthy food. I’ve found some nice cookery books at pdf search http://www.btscene.com . It is said that healthy food is usually very untasty, but it is not true.

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  11. SLY at |

    I’ve never tried curry or oysters but everything else seems to be pretty good to me.

    And how dare you put a picture of the most delicious looking chocolate up there.

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  12. Wendy at |

    Other says that eating eggs is not good to our health. Why they say so?

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    1. YouRang? at |

      Eggs are high in fat. As it turns out, some fats are worse than others and some actually have good effects. Eggs supposedly lower the “Bad” cholesterol. Low-density lipoproteins. Or something.

      To all the people who died of high cholesterol while not eating eggs because we said they were bad… Sorry about that.

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  13. artemisinin at |

    Hello Ash Grant,

    You post is wonder guide for best nutrition diet , You described almost every food related to good health .

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  14. Janie Knetzer at |

    Boy am I glad that chocolate (dark) was on this list. I’m always looking for a good excuse. :o

    Sometimes it’s easier for me if I drink the foods that are good for me. I’m so busy and I find it easier to throw my leafy greens such as kale into a blender with some ice and pineapple juice and drink it.

    A little off topic, but there’s a common denominator here. I’m just as passionate about my dogs eating healthy as I am about myself and my husband. Many of the above ingredients (not chocolate) such as leafy greens, salmon, berries and green tea can be just as beneficial for our dogs as they for us.

    So, don’t forget Fido when it comes to nutrition.

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  15. Jimmy at |

    Eggs are high in fat. As it turns out, some fats are worse than others and some actually have good effects. Eggs supposedly lower the â??Badâ?? cholesterol. Low-density lipoproteins. Or something.

    To all the people who died of high cholesterol while not eating eggs because we said they were badâ?¦ Sorry about that.

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  16. yue at |

    i think the best foods for brain are dates, raisin, and honey..but why there are not in the list? i always eat them to help me in memorizing..and it’s works..you can try them..

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