Nissa Simon

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What you eat influences how you think, and it may also influence your mood. Here are four foods that help keep both your brain and your body healthy.
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A well-stocked pantry makes cooking and planning meals easier. Try these common pantry foods that may help protect memory, boost energy and reduce anxiety.
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Good nutrition is essential to optimal brain function. These simple food switches could benefit your body, mind and mood.
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Your immune system stands guard against an army of germs. Here are foods that may strengthen your immune system and help keep your brain healthy.
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We used to think that the gut’s only function was to process food, but scientists now understand that the mind and the gut are intricately linked.
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Healthy foods such as green leafy vegetables, fruit, whole grains and healthy fats may be good for maintaining a healthy brain, research suggests.
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Here is a list of six delicious foods that are packed with compounds that may help keep inflammation in check and your brain in good working order.
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