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GlutenFree Diet and Brain Fog in Those Without Celiac

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Improve brain health with the MIND diet Mayo Clinic

5 hours agoEmbrace meat-free meals. Brain-healthy eating encourages consuming meat sparingly (red meat makes an appearance fewer than four times a week in the ideal MIND diet). Beans, lentils and soybeans, which pack protein and fiber, make a worthy substitute. They'll keep you full and are rich in B vitamins, which are important for brain health.

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Healthy Diet, Healthy Brain Belmont Village

7 hours agoincluding cardiovascular and brain health. The World Health Organization reports that a whopping average of 5 million deaths could be avoided annually if individuals across the globe were more active. Nutritional science has always understood exercise to be an important part of a healthy diet, but as we age, physical fitness becomes more of a

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Diet and Brain Research Studies Nutritional Psychology

1 hours agoDiet and Brain. The CNP Diet and Brain Research Category consolidates research exploring the interdependent relationship between dietary intake and the brain. To view each original study on the open internet, click “Original.”To view the CNP summary of the study, click “CNP Summary.” While a small portion of the studies in this research category is available below for free, the full

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Diet and Brain Health: Eat Smart to Power Your Cognition

7 hours agoDiet and Brain Health: Eat Smart to Power Your Cognition. The human brain is an incredible organ. But it is also a hungry one. Weighing in at only around three pounds, your brain is an apex feeder. It uses 20 percent of all blood and oxygen produced in the body. So, it’s important to understand the connection between your diet and brain

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Impact of Dietary Fats on Brain Functions

1 hours agoBackground: Adequate dietary intake and nutritional status have important effects on brain functions and on brain health. Energy intake and specific nutrients excess or deficiency from diet differently affect cognitive processes, emotions, behaviour, neuroendocrine functions and synaptic plasticity with possible protective or detrimental effects on neuronal physiology.

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Brain foods: the effects of nutrients on brain function

3 hours agoDiet, exercise and other aspects of our daily interaction with the environment have the potential to alter our brain health and mental function. We now know that particular nutrients influence cognition by acting on molecular systems or cellular processes …

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Diet and Brain Health – There is a Connection – Buena

Just NowDiet and Brain Health – There is a Connection Currently there is no known cure for Dementia and Alzheimer’s, but more research is finding a close link between diet and brain health. We certainly cannot control a possible genetic predisposition towards Alzheimer’s or stop ourselves from getting older, we can certainly make the choices to

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Let’s Eat: How Diet Influences the Brain

9 hours agoTo see if this holds true for less healthy foods and to probe what’s going on in the brain, researchers turned to monkey studies. While pregnant, monkey mothers ate either a healthy, low-fat diet or a high-fat one. When their offspring were young — equivalent to human toddlers — they were given access to a junk food diet, high in fat and

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Nutritional psychiatry: Your brain on food Harvard Health

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GlutenFree Diet and Brain Fog in Those Without Celiac

2 hours agoImproved cognitive function (reducing brain fog) is one of the many presumed health benefits of the gluten-free diet for the general population. But a recent study published in JAMA Network, using two decades worth of dietary data, concluded that gluten consumption in people without celiac disease did not impair cognitive function.

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Going Glutenfree for Your Brain? Cognitive Vitality

5 hours agoThe gluten-free diet is based on the idea that gluten—a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye—may be toxic in certain individuals and cause intestinal and extra-intestinal symptoms, including "brain fog." Although a gluten-free diet may promote brain health in rare individuals with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, there is no

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6 Pillars of Brain Health Food & Nutrition

3 hours agoResearch shows that a Mediterranean-style diet rich in fish, whole grains, green leafy vegetables, olives, and nuts helps maintain brain health and may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Cook and eat fresh food, savor the taste, enjoy dining with family and friends. A Mediterranean regimen is …

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Diet, Stress and Mental Health

3 hours ago1. Introduction. The relationship between diet and behavior has long been a topic of interest. This includes the effects of diet on both mental and physical health, as well as related topics of the role of stress and obesity in these processes [].Dietary modification can prevent the development of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes [], and stress-related mental disorders, including

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15 Brain Foods to Boost Focus and Memory Dr. Axe

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1. Avocados. While avocados often get a bad rep because of their high fat content, it’s important to note that these green powerhouses are packed with monounsaturated fats or the “good” kind, which have been shown to lower rates of cognitive decline and keep blood sugar levels steady.
2. Beets. Beets are root vegetables and some of the most nutritious foods for the brain that you can eat considering they help reduce inflammation, are high in cancer-protecting antioxidants and help rid your blood of toxins.
3. Blueberries + Other Berries. Proving that great things do come in small packages, blueberries and other berries (like strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, etc.)
4. Bone Broth. Bone broth is the ultimate food for healing your gut and, in turn, helps heal your brain. This ancient food is full of health benefits, ranging from boosting your immune system to overcoming leaky gut, improving joint health and overcoming food allergies.
5. Broccoli + Other Cruciferous Veggies. Your mom got it right when she told you to eat your broccoli. Along with related veggies like cauliflower, kale and Brussels sprouts, broccoli is one of the best brain-healthy foods out there thanks to its high levels of vitamin K and choline, which can help keep your memory sharp.
6. Celery. For a vegetable with such few calories (just 16 per cup!) , celery sure does offer a lot of benefits. Its high levels of antioxidants and polysaccharides act as natural anti-inflammatories and can help alleviate symptoms related to inflammation, like joint pain and irritable bowel syndrome.
7. Coconut Oil. With so many coconut oil uses, there’s almost nothing that coconut oil can’t help. When it comes to your brain, it can help suppress cells that are responsible for inflammation.
8. Dark Chocolate. Not all chocolate is created equal. In fact, dark chocolate can actually be very good for you! Chocolate is chock-full of flavonols, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
9. Egg Yolks. On the nutritional naughty list for years, egg yolks are finally experiencing their well-deserved day in the sun. If you’ve been eating only egg whites, the yolk’s on you.
10. Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Real extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) is among the top recommended brain foods due to powerful antioxidants that it provides known as polyphenols, as well as healthy monounsaturated fats.

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The Best Diet For A Healthy Brain Delicious Living

3 hours agoA healthy diet, sleep, exercise, and challenging our brains by learning new things are all essential for optimal brain health. So are socializing and managing stress (high levels of the stress-induced hormone cortisol can increase dementia risk).

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Diet and Brain Health Ask IFAS

9 hours agoprotect brain health. This diet focuses on more plant-based foods and less animal-derived foods (Marcason 2015). Following the MIND diet has been linked to a better verbal memory (Berendsen et al. 2018) and less cognitive decline after stroke (Hosking et al. 2019). Table 1 shows foods that may be helpful for protecting brain health (Marcason 2015).

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The MIND Diet: A Detailed Guide for Beginners

6 hours agoThe MIND diet aims to reduce dementia and the decline in brain health that often occurs as people get older. It combines aspects of two very popular diets, …

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BEST FOODS TO FIGHT DEPRESSION BRAIN FOODS DIET AND

3 hours agoThe relationship between food and long-term mental health has largely been a foreign concept. However, growing research suggests that certain foods and nutri

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Diet Patterns Linked With Brain Health WebMD

5 hours agoDec. 28, 2011 -- Eating a diet rich in certain vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids and low in trans fats may be best for brain health, new research suggests.. Older people who …

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Optimal Diet for Brain Health David Perlmutter M.D.

5 hours agoIt started with Grain Brain, but it is increasingly clear that a high-fat, high-fiber, low-carb diet is a scientifically validated and viable nutrition plain for not just brain health, but for total health.A diet with this makeup is one that fosters positive health in the gut, creating a microbial balance that sets the stage for a reduced risk for disease like Type 2 Diabetes.

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The best foods for brain health American Heart Association

2 hours agoBut experts agree. Eating right is essential for brain health. "Of all the organs in our body, the brain is the one most easily damaged by a poor diet," said Dr. Lisa Mosconi, director of the Women's Brain Initiative and an associate professor of neuroscience in neurology and radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.

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A I N H A Brain Health Guide H LA

2 hours agoRead this guide and visit our website at healthybrains.org for a free brain health self-assessment. Learn about the six pillars of brain health. Understand how to protect, maintain and boost your brain health. Read on, stay healthy, stay sharp! About Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health

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Brain Nutrition: What is the Best Diet for Brain Health?

Just NowThe best diet for brain health is a mix. You can’t go wrong with having vegetables as part of your daily meals as they have a lot of antioxidants and fiber. Berries and fruits are a great addition to your diet. Studies show that Omega-3 fatty fish can have positive effects on the brain.

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What to eat to reduce your risk of Harvard Health

3 hours agoThanks for visiting. Don't miss your FREE gift. The Best Diets for Cognitive Fitness, is yours absolutely FREE when you sign up to receive Health Alerts from Harvard Medical School. Sign up to get tips for living a healthy lifestyle, with ways to fight inflammation and improve cognitive health, plus the latest advances in preventative medicine, diet and exercise, pain relief, blood pressure

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Cleveland Clinic Food for Brain Health

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11 Best Foods to Boost Your Brain and Memory

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1. Fatty fish. When people talk about brain foods, fatty fish is often at the top of the list. This type of …
2. Coffee. If coffee is the highlight of your morning, you’ll be glad to hear that it’s good for you. Two …
3. Blueberries. Blueberries provide numerous health benefits, including some that are specifically for …
4. Turmeric. Turmeric has generated a lot of buzz recently. This deep-yellow spice is a key ingredient …
5. Broccoli. Broccoli is packed with powerful plant compounds, including antioxidants (28). It’s also …
6. Pumpkin seeds. Pumpkin seeds contain powerful antioxidants that protect the body and brain from …
7. Dark chocolate. Dark chocolate and cocoa powder are packed with a few brain-boosting …
8. Nuts. Research has shown that eating nuts can improve heart-health markers, and having a healthy …
9. Oranges. You can get almost all the vitamin C you need in a day by eating one medium orange …
10. Eggs. Eggs are a good source of several nutrients tied to brain health, including vitamins B6 and …

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Brain Healthy Diet Prevagen

3 hours agoBrain Food You Actually Need. The brain controls everything the body does, and a healthy diet is a foundation of brain health. The main ingredients for a brain-healthy diet include fruits and vegetables, Omega-3’s, complex carbohydrates, healthy fats, protein, and lots of water.

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Eating a HeartHealthy Diet Is Linked to Better Brain

7 hours agoHeart Health and Brain Health. Previous research suggests heart-healthy diets, including the Mediterranean diet and Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH), may protect the brain by slowing down cognitive decline and reducing the risk of dementia.However, these studies focused on older adults and presented inconsistent findings.

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How to live longer: Antiinflammatory diet may boost brain

6 hours agoChanging your diet could slow the effects of ageing on the brain, according to a new study at the University of Edinburgh. The research, led by …

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Brain Health Lifestyle Handout rev 4.12.17 2

9 hours agoBrain health begins in the womb and needs to be promoted across your lifespan. 2. Engage in the novel and complex not the rote and passive. A recent study found mice who consumed a diet with high levels of fat similar to fast foods evinced the markers of Alzheimer’s in the brain at death. Consider the Mediterranean Diet of MIND Diet.

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Power Foods for the Brain Alzheimers.net

9 hours agodisease and enhance brain health.” Dr. Lindsay Jones-Born, a naturopathic physician and another A Place for Mom senior nutrition expert also notes that a “Mediterranean diet and a diet rich in polyphenols, antioxidants and phytonutrients, including green tea, have shown to

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How to live longer: The diet is linked to the brain's

9 hours agothe mediterranean diet has grown in favor due to the benefits it provides for inflammation and heart health. According to new research, it may also help prevent cognitive decline. A new study from the University of Edinburgh suggests that changing your diet

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Brain Health As You Age Educator Guide

1 hours agoabout brain health, we have prepared this presentation and Educator Guide. •Healthy diet •Controlling high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes Medicare beneficiaries are entitled to a free “Welcome to Medicare” visit within 12 months of joining the …

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5 Keys to Eating for Better Brain Health David

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1. Set aside cook time: What ruins many grain- and gluten-free diets is the on-the-go moment, when it’s easier to reach for a cereal, a granola bar, or a PB&J sandwich, instead of a hard-boiled egg, vegetables & hummus, or other Grain Brain-friendly snack.
2. If it can go bad, it’s good for you. If it stays good, it’s bad for you: This is one of my favorite sayings about the food we eat. I think we all have seen the famous image of the fourteen-year-old McDonald’s meal that hadn’t aged a day.
3. The Anti-Alzheimer’s Trio: It’s become one of my staples of conversation, and it should become one of the staples of your diet. When it comes to eating “memory food” there is no better trio of items to fight Alzheimer’s and dementia than grass-fed beef, avocados, and coconut oil.
4. It’s all about a cup of joe: I’m a big fan of coffee, and super thankful that it’s not only savory, but brain-healthy as well. Not only does coffee activate our Nrf2 pathways, helping to fight off oxidative stress and protect against neurodegenerative diseases, but recent studies have found that high levels of coffee consumption can be associated with up to a 65% reduction in risk for dementia.
5. Make sure you get enough DHA: Your body is only minimally able to make DHA, a critical fatty acid for brain health. So supplementation is key. I recommend a total daily dosage of DHA of around 1000mg.

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Can the Right Mix of Diet and Exercise Improve Brain

4 hours agoExercise helps, but add in specific nutrients, and the results are even better. A Mediterranean-style diet supplies brain-boosting nutrients. …

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12 best brain foods: Memory, concentration, and brain health

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2. Oily fish. Share on Pinterest. Oily fish contains omega-3 that can help boost brain health. Oily fish are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s help build membranes around each cell in the body, including the brain cells.
3. Dark chocolate. Dark chocolate contains cocoa, also known as cacao. Cacao contains flavonoids, a type of antioxidant. Antioxidants are especially important for brain health, as the brain is highly susceptible to oxidative stress, which contributes to age-related cognitive decline and brain diseases.
4. Berries. Like dark chocolate, many berries contain flavonoid antioxidants. Research suggests that these may make the berries good food for the brain. Antioxidants help by reducing inflammation and oxidative stress.
5. Nuts and seeds. Share on Pinterest. Nuts and seeds are a plant-based source of healthful fats and proteins. Eating more nuts and seeds may be good for the brain, as these foods contain omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants.
6. Whole grains. Eating whole grains is another way to benefit from the effects of vitamin E, with these grains being a good source of the vitamin. Whole-grain foods include
7. Coffee. Coffee is a well-known concentration aid — many drink it to stay awake and encourage focus. The caffeine in coffee blocks a substance in the brain called adenosine, which makes a person feel sleepy.
8. Avocados. A source of healthful unsaturated fat, avocados may support the brain. Eating monounsaturated fats may reduce blood pressure, and high blood pressure is linked with cognitive decline.
9. Peanuts. Peanuts are a legume with an excellent nutritional profile. They contain plenty of unsaturated fats and protein to keep a person’s energy levels up throughout the day.
10. Eggs. Enjoyed by many for breakfast, eggs can be an effective brain food. They are a good source of the following B vitamins: vitamin B-6. vitamin B-12. folic acid.
11. Broccoli. Share on Pinterest. Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables are rich in fiber and nutrients. As well as being a low-calorie source of dietary fiber, broccoli may be good for the brain.

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Diet The Brain Tumour Charity

5 hours agoThere isn’t a specific diet that you should follow during or after treatment for a brain tumour. However, your brain tumour, its treatment and other medication can all cause symptoms that make eating and drinking challenging. As a result, the usual advice on a healthy diet may need to be modified to meet your nutrition needs.

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What are the Best Diets for Brain Health? Metabolic

9 hours agoThe nutrients provided by this diet, and its lack of toxins and artery-clogging fats, make the Mediterranean diet a great guideline for healthy eating. The Mediterranean diet also benefits the brain. One study showed that after 6.5 years on the Mediterranean diet participants scored higher on mental ability tests than those on a Western, low

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Nutritional Deficiencies of a Glutenfree Diet Can Impact

1 hours agoTake measures to protect yourself against nutritional and vitamin deficiencies associated with a gluten-free diet. Eat your vegetables (root vegies and others), every day. Without exception. You will not only protect your brain, you will restore balance to your gut health and rebalance your immune system.

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Relationship Between Gut, Diet & Brain Online Course

2 hours agoYou’ll learn how the brain works, and is affected by diet and nutritional deficiencies. You’ll also discover less known, cutting-edge subjects such as the gut-brain axis, the microbiome, and the relationship between food and reproductive health.

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Dementia: Sleep, exercise, healthy diet and brain activity

8 hours ago2 days ago · Healthy diet Following a healthy diet is another way you can slash your dementia risk. It’s also beneficial for the prevention of other health conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes.

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Grain Brain Diet: The Complete Review and Beginner's Guide

5 hours agoThe Grain Brain diet is definitely not the easiest of diets to follow. Like the paleo diet, this eating plan eliminates all preservative-filled, processed foods, artificial sugars, grains, and gluten. Unlike the paleo diet, the Grain Brain diet recommends certain foods that specifically promote brain health. According to Perlmutter, on-the-go

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Diet modulates brain network stability, a biomarker for

Just NowTo better understand how diet influences brain aging, we focus here on the presymptomatic period during which prevention may be most effective. Large-scale life span neuroimaging datasets show functional communication between brain regions destabilizes with age, typically starting in the late 40s, and that destabilization correlates with poorer cognition and …

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Dietary Fats That Improve Brain Function Psychology Today

8 hours agoThese findings support the addition of canola and olive oils to the diet and further demonstrate that sensible nutritional choices are vital for optimal brain function and good mental health.

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How to Boost Your Brain Health with a {Delicious!} MIND

1 hours agoYou don’t have to follow a MIND Diet Meal Plan 100% to reap the brain health benefits, as research has found that by following the diet even partially, Alzheimer’s risk can be reduced by 35%. So, although I am already working on cutting back my whole fat cheese intake to a {respectable} 3-4 times per week, I can feel good about enjoying a

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Nutritional Deficiencies of a Glutenfree Diet Can Impact

4 hours agoIn a review of all of the studies on schizophrenia and gluten since 1946, 66% of them showed a gluten-free diet was beneficial, often reversing the schizophrenia. The same type of thing is true with depression, anxiety, brain fog, attention deficit, autism, and many other health problems associated with the …

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Brain Health Assessment & Quiz MemoryHealthCheck

2 hours agoTake the Healthy Brain Test and learn about risk factors for Alzheimer’s and dementia, and how diet choices, sleep quality, concussion history, and physical exercise can affect your brain health. Based on the latest data from evidence based research, and your answers to this short quiz, a free personal brain health report will be

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What is the best diet for a healthy brain?

Useful Tips for a Healthy Brain. Research shows that a Mediterranean-style diet rich in fish, whole grains, green leafy vegetables, olives, and nuts helps maintain brain health and may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

Can the MIND diet boost brain health and cognitive function?

Because the MIND Diet, based on two popular diets, a Mediterranean diet + the DASH diet, has been shown to boost brain health and cognitive function, as well as reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by up to 53%!

Can what you eat affect the development of brain tumours?

But, there’s no evidence that shows any specific food or diet is associated with the development, management or treatment of brain tumours. Controlling your diet, however, may help to improve your quality of life and manage the side-effects of treatment.

What is the MIND diet for dementia prevention?

Summary: The MIND diet combines the DASH and Mediterranean diets to create a diet aimed at reducing the risk of dementia and the decline in brain health that people often experience as they age.

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