Metro Service ■ Chronicle / News Service We all know that saying “you are what you eat.” But most of the time, we associate our diets with the effects our food has on our external bodies – losing weight, gaining weight, getting in shape, and so on. However less tangible, the food we put into our bodies has a direct effect on our brain health and function as well. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that our brains need certain nutrients to function optimally. And the older we get, the more quality nutrients we require to keep our brains healthy and functioning properly. To boost your memory and keep your brain
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