6 Things to Eat Today for a Smarter Brain Tomorrow
Food for thought—as well as memory, spatial perception, verbal skills, and more.
Total Whole Grain
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.