To prevent memory loss, you need to eat vegetables, scientists say

Scientists from rush University studied the diets of more than 950 older people. Evaluated the ability of volunteers to remember information, their cognitive ability. It turned out green leafy vegetables help to preserve the memory for years to come.

Volunteers who use a lot of green vegetables, rarely suffered from senile dementia. Just two servings of vegetables per day to delay chronological aging of the brain for 11 years, says Zee News.

The human brain requires vitamin K, folic acid, beta-carotene, lutein. Leaf mustard, cabbage and spinach, scientists believe, the optimal set of vegetables to support the work of the brain. However, and other fresh plant foods have similar properties.

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