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Eating a healthy diet as a young adult is linked to better brain function


NBC - Eating a heart-healthy diet may also benefit your mind! That's according to a new Irish study that followed over 2,600 young adults for 30 years. Those who ate more fruits, vegetables, nuts and fish and less red meat, dairy and alcohol had better brain function in middle age. In fact, people who stuck to a Mediterranean diet were 46-percent less likely to have poor thinking skills than those who did not.

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