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
Their yolks are loaded with D, which helps break down the insoluble plaques that characterize Alzheimer's. Researchers at the UK's University of Exeter examined 858 people and found that those who were deficient in the vitamin were 60 percent more likely to experience cognitive decline during a six-year period.
An alternative: sardines.