Cognitive function: Good Diet vs. Bad Diet

8 Feb

A recent study performed with 104 elderly adults proved that diets rich in vitamins B, C, D and E and omega-3 fatty acids are associated with better cognitive function and more brain volume, this means less risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

On the contrary a diet rich in trans fats was associated with worse cognitive function and less total brain volume.

Why wait until we get older to start eating healthy, start preventing today.

 

Eat healthy, be happy!

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