Foods that May Lower Risk of Dementia

The food you eat may have a lot to do with the health of your brain as you age, according to the latest nutritional research. People in their late 80s with higher blood levels of B, C, D and E vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids (found in good fats) did better on cognitive tests and had less of the brain shrinkage typical of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a recent study led by Gene Bowman, a scientist at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.

“Foods That May Lower Risk Of Dementia” By: Michael Haederle
AARP
March 23, 2012

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