I'm extremely concious about the idea of brain health and how it effects everything from mood, focus, memory, intelligence etc... not only that, but diet makes a huge difference which I think a lot of us take for granted, we get all our other nutrients to feed our body but we totally forget about the thing that moves our body I've been reading a bunch of different nootropics and health food books/journals/articles.... examine.com being a very influential source as I am a big fan of what they do (what are you guys thoughts on examine.com?) I have came up with the following that I have included into my diet/supplementation regime Blueberries - Examine consider this to be the most important supplement/food to include in a stack targeting memory and focus 60 - 120 grams...I usually throw in 80 grams twice a day with my egg whites and oatmeal Fish Oil - Well documented benefits to brain function everyone is aware of Caffeine - Specifically combined with L-Theanine, when taken alongside caffeine, will reduce the excitability caused by caffeine while retaining the focus and attention span benefits that caffeine provides. L-Theanine - See Above Creatine - Creatine transporter defect be treated with creatine supplementation. Although examine.com admit it is still unproven with regards to increased cognition...I take it anyway for strength so it doesn't matter if it helps that or not So what do you think?... Anything you would add to this, that is backed up with research... what changes do you make to your diet with regards to brain health?