Wondering which foods have been shown to be associated with better cognitive health? Nearly 96 percent of respondents said “all of the above” when given the following choices: green tea, baked or grilled fish, walnuts, brussels sprouts. And you are RIGHT!
According to brain health nutrition expert, Julia Turner, food has a direct impact. You can learn more about the effects these foods have on the brian and much more in tomorrow's web seminar, Nutrition and Brian Health. Julia will discuss what your brain needs to function at its best, what type of meal to eat and when to eat it in order to enhance your mood and boost mental energy, and what specific foods and nutrients can reduce your risk of developing dement. It's free, open to everyone, and includes FREE CEUs. Thanks to MetLife Foundation for their continued support of the MindAlert program.
We also asked if you had any questions about nutrition and cognitive health. Here are a few questions we received:
If you have an answer to these questions, be sure to leave a comment below and share your thoughts!
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