It’s easy to see the connection between an unhealthy diet and an expanding waistline.
The connection between food and brain health can be harder to get your mind around.
But experts agree. Eating right is essential for brain health.
“Of all the organs in our body, the brain is the one most easily damaged by a poor diet,” said Dr. Lisa Mosconi, director of the Women’s Brain Initiative.
“From its very architecture to its ability to perform, every aspect of the brain calls for proper food.”
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