Foods that are good for your heart and your overall health — fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, lean meats and fish — are also good for your brain. Some studies have suggested that specific vitamins and nutrients may also improve brain health.
This Diet Could Cut Your Risk of Dementia, Heart Disease, and Cancer—and Help You Lose Weight, Too
The MIND diet has been generating a lot of media buzz lately, and with good reason. MIND combines aspects of the Mediterranean diet and the DASH diet to create an eating plan focused on brain health—namely the prevention of dementia and age-related cognitive decline.
But the MIND diet also offers other benefits, including reducing the risk of chronic disease and even promoting weight loss. Research supports its effectiveness, and it can be followed by anyone. No wonder MIND made U.S. News and World Report'sbest diets of 2019 list, which was published earlier this month. Here's how to follow it, what the research says, and potential drawbacks to be aware of.
Healthy Eating and Alzheimer's Disease
Eating healthy foods helps everyone stay well. It’s even more important for people with Alzheimer’s disease. Here are some tips for healthy eating.
The 7 Worst Foods for Your Brain
Your brain is the most important organ in your body. It keeps your heart beating, lungs breathing and all the systems in your body functioning. That’s why it’s essential to keep your brain working in optimum condition with a healthy diet.