*pulls a chair to the table* and reaches for pen and Paper
How are you and how is everything going on for you? How is uncle and the children? Hope all of them are fine?
I am getting your letter through Femi yesterday. It is good you have write letter…it have make me happy. I am not happy when you have tell me on the phone that you have forget my birthday it have pain me…but as I have read your letter now, I understand.
Sista, you know it is a long time ago, that this memory something have start. And you have tell me that time, and I tell you the things you are to be eating and doing to correct this kain of thing. Mama Femi, memory is a something that cannot be played with like that…even me, I am been conscious of this kain of thing. Sometime I am forget the customer to go and deliver pepper to or who have collect and have not pay. But no wahala sha, I know things will be better.
I have not know any medicine that can help, but as you know, that me and food, have become like brother and sister…so I can tell you some food to be eating to help correct this kind of thing. Sista mi, you need to be eating foods that are high in vitamin E, as they will help to prevent one from amnesia (forgetfulness) and the Alzheimer disease (disease of the brain) Such foods have include nuts, peanut butter, and whole grains. Vitamin E foods will help in reducing and combating memory loss, which in some cases is an age related something or a symptom of Alzheimer disease.
This one is good because I know you like eating it. Fish is good for the body, when we are trying to battle with this forgetting something. Whether it is shawa, cat fish, mackerel, tuna, and other fish, all is very rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids which apart from been very helpful for the brain, also have plenty benefits for the heart. And you even know that eating more fish mean that you will be eating less red meat and other forms of protein that are high in artery-clogging. It is just that, you will not FRY the fish o! If you like to eat fried things like me, use Olive oil or Extra Virgin Olive oil. So it is just boiling/ cooking with sauce / soup or stew.
Another one is peanuts and peanut butter. Deduni will like this one… cashew nuts, groundnut and peanuts are a powerful food for the brain o. Me I know, because as you see these nuts they are not just good for help against memory loss, they are also been help, with the heart. And you know me I am a groundnut eating somebody.
Ehn ehn and this next one is Red wine. Sista mi, moderate consumption of red wine may reduce the risk for Alzheimer’s disease and brain power…By moderate amounts I say, a glass or two of red wine. Nothing more o! Sista, nothing more.
One very important something you should indulge in is exercise. Yes, it is not a eating something, but exercise cannot be overemphasized. Regular exercise is as important, if not more, as what you eat when it comes to memory-savings things. Physical exercise will be helping blood circulation and all those kind things to further help the body and brain function properly.
Another one is because of age something (I am not saying you are a old woman but, you know you are older than me..) You have to reduce the number of things you are doing at the same time (multi-tasking) so that you can allow concentration on one thing and your mind will be in what you are doing… Shey you understand?
See sista, the thing is whether it is physical activity or consuming a diet rich in vegetables, fish, nuts and a little of Red wine, all would go a long way to have help you prevent such things as amnesia and other brain and memory diseases and you will be healthier.
I hope that with these, I have been able to help you with these your situation of forgetting things quick. All these things will begin to show effect small small…so don’t worry.
I stop here now. I will come and see her nest week and we will talk about Dedunni’s insomnia something. Help me tell her to just be relaxed. It is something that have just start, so she can still correct it easily.
Till I see you, greet uncle for me, and my aburos. *peppered kisses*
OmoAlata *shines teeth*
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