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Benefits of Berries on Brain Health

Benefits of Berries on Brain Health

It’s no surprise that fruits and vegetables play a dominant role in brain-healthy patterns of eating, just as they do in healthy diets for your body as a whole. But it may be that eating fruits and vegetables helps protect your brain beyond general health benefits. Specific types of produce

4. Heart-Healthy Dietary Patterns

Macronutrients. Micronutrients. Plant foods. Animal foods. What matters most is that you understand how to use them to lay the groundwork for healthy eating. In that respect, think of them as bricks in the road leading you to a potentially life-changing destination: a heart-healthy dietary pattern.
Focus more on your overall

The MIND Diet’s Benefit on Brain Health

The MIND Diet’s Benefit on Brain Health

A hybrid of the DASH and Mediterranean diets—appropriately called the MIND diet —that factors in the latest research on cognition and nutrition may protect memory and thinking even better. Martha Clare Morris, ScD, of Rush University, and colleagues developed the MIND (Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay) diet score, which particularly

2018 HNL Topic Index

(month, page number)

Beverages

Sugary Drinks: Declining, but Not Fast Enough? (Feb., 1)
Coffee and Health (Feb., 2)
Should You Drink Your Fruits and Vegetables? (March, 6)
Is it Safe to Drink Diet Soda? (March, 8)
Caffeine Without Sleeplessness (April, 1)
What is A2 milk? (July, 8)
Avoiding Dehydration (Aug., 6)

4. Brain Food

The science of whether some dietary choices are really “brain food” continues to unfold. Given the long time frames of conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, it’s challenging to prove any cause-and-effect relationship between specific foods and brain health. Most such associations are drawn from observational studies, in

2. Eating for Brain Power

The updated Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) placed a new emphasis on dietary patterns for lifelong health and prevention of chronic diseases, such as Alzheimer’s. Thinking of brain-healthy eating as an overall pattern of dietary choices helps make it clear that protecting your brain isn’t as simple as eating a

8. Helping Yourself

Although there is still no cure for dementia, our growing knowledge of the factors involved in its development have demonstrated that the lifestyle choices we make help to reduce our personal risk. Furthermore, you don’t have to be in your twenties for those changes to have an impact. A groundbreaking

5. Can You Reduce Your Risk for Dementia?

There’s still no cure for Alzheimer’s disease. But as more is learned about factors that increase risk as well as factors that decrease risk, many experts in the field believe that one key to tackling Alzheimer’s may lie in prevention.
While there is no sure-fire recipe for preventing Alzheimer’s disease, research

2. Healthy Eating Patterns

A diet that supports heart and brain health is more than just eating an extra piece of fruit and occasionally eating salmon instead of steak. Rather than thinking solely in terms of individual foods or getting enough of certain vitamins and minerals, it’s important to focus on a healthy overall

The MIND Diet: Easy-to-Follow Eating Plan Contributes to a Healthier Brain

The MIND Diet: Easy-to-Follow Eating Plan Contributes to a Healthier Brain

Looking for a diet that might help you preserve your brain function as you get older? You might consider the so-called MIND diet. “MIND” stands for “Mediterranean-DASH-diet Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay.” Scientists developed it by combining features from those healthy dietary patterns—the Mediterranean-style diet and DASH diet (Dietary Approaches to

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