Boost Your #Brain With the #MINDDiet

MINDdietThe saying you are what you eat applies especially to older adults who follow a Mediterranean diet. Tests on memory and attention showed that adults who followed more closely to the MIND diet were 35% less likely to have poor tests scores compared to those who followed the whatever diet. So how can we nip cognitive decline in the bud? Adhere to a diet low in junk foods, processed morsels, and dairy. The best rule of thumb for improving your mind power is to stick with the guidelines of the MIND diet. The ten foods on the diet include the staples in the Mediterranean diet such as vegetables, whole grains, and olive oil. If you’re pumped about being proactive about brain health and enhancing brain function, look into this book that underpins the scientific backing on the MIND diet. Good diet, proper sleep, and exercise are the tenets of a healthy brain. Sleep and exercise take a little more intention to get on a routine but the food part is a necessary element of survival. You have to have to buy and prepare food. You might as well get the foods that enhance your mind and body to the fullest.

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