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URL: Vegetables slow memory loss in old age: study
In which scientists discover that aging folks who report eating the most leafy green vegetables experience the least memory loss. Yellow squashes and cruciferous vegetables came in a close second, benefit wise.
Elderly people who reported eating at least 2.8 servings of vegetables
a day compared to people who ate less than one serving a day saw their
rate of memory loss and other mental decline slow by 40 percent over
six years, the researchers found.
I have to stop using that “stop the presses” line, but look what science found? Eating leafy green vegetables is good for you. Got that?