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10 Idea-Inspiring Brain Foods

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Are you regularly called smarty pants by your friends and coworkers? Well it has less to do with your pants and much more to do with what you put into your mouth.

It’s true; you can create a diet that caters to brain development, cognitive function, and slowing the aging process to lessen your risk of conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease.

Here are ten inspiring brain foods for your diet…

1. Spinach

Popeye was onto something when he slammed that spinach. However, aside from building lean muscle, this particular leafy green is touted with slowing cognitive decline associated with aging and the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

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