There is clearly a link between diet and brain health. Numerous studies have shown that a diet low in saturated fat, dairy products and meat but high in fish, vegetables, fruits, cereals and unsaturated fats (such as the Mediterranean diet) may be the best for the brain. Olive oil, a source of unsaturated fat, may be key in such diet. A recent study goes further by linking olive oil and lower risks of strokes. Continue reading
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