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Is Your Diet Brain-Friendly?

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Friday, 22 June 2018 04:22 PM Current | Bio | Archive

A study from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago has demonstrated the brain-protective effects of consuming certain heart-healthy foods while avoiding other unhealthy foods.

The MIND diet emphasizes 10 brain-healthy food groups and recommends minimal consumption of five unhealthy food groups.

To get a better idea of how close you are to consuming a MIND diet, check off all of the following food groups you currently consume on a regular basis:

Healthy Food Groups

• Beans
• Berries
• Fish
• Green leafy vegetables
• Other vegetables
• Nuts
• Olive oil
• Poultry
• Whole grains
• Wine

To get a better idea of foods you need to minimize to make your brain healthier, check off all of the following unhealthy food groups that you currently consume on a regular basis.

Food Groups to Avoid

• Butter and margarine
• Cheese
• Fast or fried foods
• Pastries and sweets
• Red meats

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