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Published on: November 17, 2014
by Dr. Karen Wolfe for Tools For Healthy Living:
New research reveals that nutrition can be a powerful influence on the health of our brain. The brain accounts for two percent of our body weight and uses 20% of available energy as well as needing a lot of nutrients. If our daily nutrition fails to support our brain’s needs, the brain cannot function correctly.
Keeping the brain healthy and well-nourished is a task that should be high on our to-do list. There’s a lot of evidence to suggest that what we do for the brain now can have a big impact on how it functions in the years – and decades – to come. According to the most current research, a brain-healthy diet is one that reduces the risk of heart disease and diabetes and encourages good blood flow to the brain.
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