Story by: Sara Thompson on December 27, 2022
Besides heart disease and cancers, a major cause of death in American adults is a decline in brain health. While science can’t say what triggers brain disorders in many cases, some research points to the link between diet and brain health.
Christopher B. Shields, M.D., has been focused on the links between lifestyle and brain health for quite some time. As a neurosurgeon and chairman of Norton Neuroscience Institute, he has a vested interest in educating the community on dementia and memory loss. Here are some of his guidelines for ways to potentially delay the onset of diseases like Alzheimer’s and keep your brain healthy:
To sum it up, Dr. Shields said, “There are things we can do earlier in life that can really beneficially affect our health and delay or prevent dementia.”
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