Eat to improve your memory!
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|Wed, 07-14-2010 - 10:19am|
What we eat impacts more than just our waistline. Our diet also helps determines how well our heart functions, how quickly we age and, according to a new study, how sharp our mind stays.
According to research published in the Archives of Neurology, eating a diet rich in vitamin E may help protect against dementia and Alzheimerâ€™s disease. While past studies have shown that vitamins and antioxidant supplements offered no benefit to brain health, researchers wanted to find out if the same held true when nutrients were derived from whole foods, rather than from pills. Turns out, a healthy diet that includes plenty of vitamin E may help where supplements canâ€™t.