Fighting Alzheimer’s with Green Veggies

Consuming plenty of green vegetables helps keep the brain 11 years younger, a study states.

Eating a minimum of one portion of spinach, lettuce and kale a day turned out to have better mental capability compared with those who do not or rarely eat them.

Based on memory tests and thinking skills, the research participants’ brains were found to be 11 years younger, researchers from the US discovered.

According to experts, food with naturally-occurring vitamin K hasten mental decline. Thus, if home care services and other health care providers will be considering the elderly’s diet, it would help to note the importance of green leafy veggies as part of their meal plan.

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