Brain food is one of the most widely consumed food types in Hawaii.
The food is made up of protein, carbohydrates and vitamins, and is eaten by people of all ages and levels of physical activity.
The variety and variety of ingredients in brain food make it a great source of fibre, calcium, vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids.
The health benefits of brain food include increased bone mineral density, reducing the risk of osteoporosis, preventing joint pain and arthritis, and reducing the risks of depression, anxiety and mood disorders.
In a recent review, researchers found that brain food is particularly beneficial for women, as it is a great way to get protein and vitamins without the calories.
A review of the available evidence in Australia found that the average consumption of brain foods is around 20 per cent of the average adult body weight.
Brain food has been shown to have similar benefits for children and older adults.
The researchers also found that while brain food consumption is higher in the north, it was not as high as in the south.
Dr Ravi Gupta, who led the study, said the results suggested brain food could be beneficial for adults, too.
“If you look at the literature, it is more about children and the elderly, and we are still trying to understand the role of the brain in these diseases,” he said.
“We need more research to understand what the role is for brain food in people over the age of 65, for example.”
Dr Gupta said brain food was generally eaten at home and could be eaten in a number of different ways, including in the form of biscuits or cookies.
The best brain food to eat in Hawaii, he said, was coconut milk.
Brain foods are also a popular breakfast and lunch food in the US.
The American Heart Association recommends that adults eat at least five servings of brain-rich foods per day, and a half of that per day.
“Brain foods are great for people who are not normally active, but also for people in their 60s and 70s,” Dr Gupta added.
“People can make it into a healthy meal in just a few hours, and they are great to eat at home.”