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
Fatty fish are full of omega-3s, and new research suggests these nutrients may be essential to maintaining a youthful mind. The study, which involved MRI scans of subjects with an average age of 65, noted that the brains of those with the lowest omega-3 levels in their red blood cells appeared two years older than the brains of those with higher levels.
An alternative: walnuts.