What to Eat for a Healthy Brain - Brain Food
Food for thought—as well as memory, spatial perception, verbal skills, and more.
By Emma Haak
O, The Oprah Magazine | From the August 2012 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
It's high in B, C, D, and E—a medley that may prevent brain shrinkage linked to Alzheimer's. In a 2012 study, subjects with high levels of those vitamins had significantly larger brains and scored better on visual-spatial tests. "The right nutrient combination may be a recipe for Alzheimer's prevention," says lead author Gene Bowman.
An alternative: Kellogg's Smart Start Antioxidants cereal.