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Have you ever heard about the MIND Diet?


Have you ever heard about the MIND Diet?

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When it comes to the best diet for brain health, it’s hard to beat the MIND Diet.

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MIND (Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurocognitive Delay) Diet has proven to boost brain health. Following the MIND diet is significantly associated with a reduced rate of cognitive decline (a brain as much as 7 years younger) and reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease (as much as 53% reduced risk). An observational study published in 2018 conducted on 706 participants found a link between the MIND diet and a decreased risk and slower progression of Parkinson’s Disease over 4.6 years.

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What are the main food groups of MIND?

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Green Leafy Vegetables (1+ Serving/day)

Other Vegetables (1+ Serving/day)

Nuts (5+ Servings/week)

Berries (2+ Servings/week)

Beans (4+ Servings/week)

Whole Grains (3+ Servings/day)

Fish (1+ Serving/week)

Lean Poultry (2+ Servings/week)

Olive Oil (as a primary oil)

Red Wine (1 serving/day)

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The 5 foods to limit or avoid:

Butter/margarine (less than 1 tablespoon/day)

Cheese (1 serving or less/week)

Red meat (3 servings or less/week)

Fried food (less than once/week)

Sweets (less than 4 servings/week)

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If your lifestyle goals include better brain health, along with maintaining healthy blood sugar and blood pressure levels, the MIND diet is a good option to try. Our nutritionist can help you design such a diet

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