Brain Nutrition: What's Good for the Heart is Good for the Head

There are many factors that may affect your brain health. Optimal brain health and memory can affected by lack of sleep or a number of other reasons including genetics, level of physical activity, and lifestyle and environmental factors. Studies are now showing how nutrition is playing a key role in brain health. As the years progress, cell damage in the brain can occur due to oxygen molecules called free radicals. For those affected, it can lead to memory loss and slower cognitive processing times. Much like certain foods support heart health, brain function also relies on optimal blood flow to the brain. A recent study found that the Mediterranean Diet supports brain health, and a growing

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