Eating Salads Can Keep Dementia at Bay

Including green vegetables in your daily diet can reduce the symptoms of dementia to a great extent.

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Eating Salads Can Keep Dementia at Bay
Green leafy vegetables are an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals that can ward off many diseases. A recent study published in journal, Neurology suggests that eating vegetable salad everyday might keep dementia at bay as it helps in boosting memory power. 

As per the findings of the study, eating about one serving of green and leafy vegetables per day is associated to a slower rate of brain aging.  There were five different groups in which the participants were divided on the basis of how often they ate leafy vegetables.  The people in the top serving group ate an average of about 1.3 servings per day. Whereas, the ones who were in the lowest serving group ate on average 0.1 servings per day.

Including green vegetables in your daily diet can reduce the symptoms of dementia to a great extent. It also improves the overall health of the brain. Leafy vegetables like spinach and kale may prevent cognitive decline. Kale has lots of vitamins like A, C and E which are integral for brain wellness.

Green vegetables are loaded with powerful antioxidants that provide numerous benefits to all parts of the body, including brain function and mental agility into older age. It's always a good idea to include them in your daily diet as they help in absorption of many other vital nutrients as well.

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