Doctors have always placed emphasis on advising patients on how to reduce hypertension, high cholesterol, and diabetes, but they have not placed much focus on improving brain health. The latest studies on Alzheimer’s Disease have discovered that specific nutritional changes can improve memory functions. Eat a diet high in monounsaturated fats, which are found in foods like avocado, olive oil, peanut butter, raw nuts and seeds, and types of fish. Caffeinated coffee is also beneficial for brain health. Fasting for twelve hours each day releases ketones because there are low levels of carbohydrates for the body to burn as fuel, so try to aim to eat your last meal of the day twelve hours after rising.

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