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What you eat can slow brain ageing and reduces your risk of mental decline and dementia. The MIND diet includes foods that improve brain health.

Load up on vegetables. Eating green leafy vegetables like kale, collards, spinach or lettuce lowers your risk of dementia.

Make berries your sweet treat. A 20-year study of over 16,000 adults, found that people who ate the most blueberries and strawberries had the slowest rate of mental decline.

Grab a handful at least five times a week instead of processed snacks like crisps or pastries.

Cook with (mostly) olive oil. Use extra virgin olive oil as your primary cooking oil, and avoid butter and margarine.

Embrace meat-free meals. Eat meat less than four times a week and substitute it with beans, lentils and soybeans.

Have fish once a week. It’s packed with fatty acids that are really good for the brain.

Enjoy a glass of wine. Light to moderate drinking may actually lower the risk of dementia.

This video is for you:
- If you want to improve your brain health
- If you want to reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease
- If you want to improve your physical health

Hope you find it useful!
Dr. Ben Webb
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