Want a Better Memory? Try Eating a Mediterranean Diet
Eating a Mediterranean diet can slow down cognitive decline. By sticking to the Mediterranean diet, the study showed that people had slowed rates of cognitive decline, reduced conversion to Alzheimer’s and improved cognitive function. The mains foods in the Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) include plant foods, such as leafy greens, fresh fruit and vegetables, cereals, beans, seeds, nuts and legumes. The MedDiet is also low in dairy, has minimal red meat and uses olive oil as its major source of fat. To read more, click here.
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