Do you remember any of your dreams when you wake up in the morning? Or do you feel frustrated when you can’t recall anything?
According to a study, eating foods like, fish and sweet potatoes can help you remember your dreams.
The study was spearheaded by experts from the University of Adelaide, and the results showed that consuming foods rich in vitamin B6 can help individuals recall what they dreamed about even after they wake up.
Foods rich in vitamin B6 are:
A medium-sized carrot stick contains almost the same amount of vitamin B6 as a glass of milk. Carrots also contain fiber and lots of vitamin A.
Chicken liver is full of nutrients like folate, protein, and vitamins A, B6, and B12. Vitamin B6 helps the body break down and use protein efficiently.
Legumes like chickpeas are full of vitamin B6, fiber, and protein.
Green peas are rich in fiber and vitamins A, B6, and C.
Aside from vitamin B6, spinach also contains iron and vitamins A and C.
A medium-sized sweet potato contains fiber, magnesium, and vitamins A and B6.
Vitamin B6 can help produce hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen through the blood. Tuna, especially varieties like albacore and yellowfin, are full of vitamin B6.