In the 1970s, Nick Krembs headed east to live where there are woods and mountains. Now in his 70s, he's still enjoying the outdoors — through trail work.
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.
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.
Good nutrition is essential to optimal brain function. These simple food switches could benefit your body, mind and mood.
Your immune system stands guard against an army of germs that make you sick. Here are foods that may strengthen your immune system and may help support your brain health.
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.
Healthy foods such as green leafy vegetables, fruit, whole grains and healthy fats may be good for maintaining a healthy brain, research suggests.
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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