RD suggests foods that may help prevent cognitive decline

10/28/2013 | Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

Study data indicate good nutrition and lifestyle habits may affect brain health, and that polyunsaturated fatty acids may be linked to preventing cognitive decline, registered dietitian Tina Ruggiero writes. She writes that cold-water fish, including tuna, salmon, herring and cod, may have neuroprotective benefits, and study data indicate blueberries can reduce oxidative stress, which may also help prevent dementia.

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