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More evidence fruits and greens can be good for the brain
by Lisa Rapaport
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6 December 2018
On 6 December 2018 Reuters reported:
Middle-aged men who eat lots of fruits and vegetables may be lowering their odds of cognitive problems as they get on in years, compared to peers who don't consume these foods very often, a U.S. study suggests.
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'Fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins and nutrients, including antioxidants, that can help protect the brain from oxidative stress and preserve healthy vascular function that is important for cognitive health,' said Hannah Gardener, a researcher with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
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