Researchers provide advice about the best foods and supplements to help boost the immune system to stave off COVID-19 infection.
Dr. Trinh gives a Health Talk on How Nutrition affects inflammation in the body.
Intermittent fasting has become one of the most popular strategies for losing weight, and it’s touted as having many physical health benefits. But what does it do to your brain? Let’s take a deep dive into the research to find out what “time-restricted eating” really does to your brain.
How pervasive is alcohol consumption in America? According to a 2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 70% of those 18 years or older reported they drank alcohol in the past year with 55.3% admitting they consumed alcohol in the past month.
With its hefty serving of vegetables, whole grains, fish, poultry and wine, researchers have found that the MIND diet is heart-healthy and good for your brain. Scientists discovered that closely following the MIND diet may have lowered peoples’ risk of developing Alzheimer’s by up to 53 percent. Being Patient spoke to Martha Clare Morris, creator of the MIND diet, about her research, the best and worst foods for preventing cognitive decline and the study she is conducting that will determine whether the MIND diet causes slower cognitive decline, which will be published in 2021.
Calorie restricted diets reduce inflammation, delay the onset of age-related diseases, and extend lifespan, a new study reports.
As the dementia research community scrambles to find a cure—or at least a treatment—for the disease, researchers are becoming more and more certain about at least one thing that could make a huge difference in stemming Alzheimer’s cases worldwide: lifestyle changes. In a new study, researchers explored one particular antioxidant, known as flavonol, that’s found fruits and vegetables and may fight Alzheimer’s.
Women in their late 50s and early 60s who eat at least two servings of walnuts per week had an increased likelihood of healthy aging compared to those who did not.
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When it comes to eating healthy, we’re always on the hunt for lesser-known powerhouse veggies to incorporate into our diets. We asked neurologist and mbg Collective member David Perlmutter, M.D., what food he wants us all to eat in 2020, and he answered with a resounding (and fairly surprising) vegetable.