Dietary Intake May Help Protect your Brain

Results of a recently-published study suggest what we eat may help protect our brains from iron accumulation and associated cognitive decline. Researchers assessed the nutrient intake of 73 healthy adults ages 61 to 86 years. They assessed participants’ brain iron concentrations (using non-invasive scans) and tested their memory. Participants who consumed more foods  (like plant […]
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