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While there is no “MS diet" that has been proven to be an effective treatment, there is increasing evidence that an anti-inflammatory diet, similar to the Mediterranean diet, may be beneficial in minimizing MS symptoms. Here are foods to include and avoid as part of your healthy diet.
Eating seafood can protect against decline in specific areas of cognition, especially in people with a genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s.
Low levels of vitamin B12 and high levels of homocysteine, an amino acid, may be associated with accelerated brain aging in older adults.
Chocolate has long been considered heart healthy, but now a new study suggests that eating chocolate can boost brain health and cognitive performance as well.
Eating meals with your loved one may improve his or her quality of life.
You’ll serve your mind well by making this eating plan a permanent part of your lifestyle.