12 September 2016

a Mediterranean diet

Rich in plant foods like fresh fruits, vegetables, beans, seeds, nuts, leafy greens and olive oil, but relatively low in red meat and dairy, a Mediterranean diet isn’t just good for your physical health by lowering the risk of cancer, heart disease and stroke. A team of Australian scientists has recently concluded that it also contributes to a healthy mind, reducing the risk of Alzheimer's disease while improving cognitive functioning. They found that people on a Mediterranean diet tend to exhibit enhanced memory, attention, and language skills.


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