E-Newsletter: November 30, 2015


As December approaches, we’re wishing everyone a happy holiday season. We hope this season brings you joy and happiness.

While it’s customary to enjoy delicious food that comes with holiday parties and celebrations, we want to remind people that it’s important to be conscious of staying fit and eating healthy to keep your brain functioning as it should.

You may have thought that as you get older, what you eat is about keeping your waistline small – but more importantly, it’s about keeping your brain healthy as well. The foods you eat, especially foods high in antioxidants, can help ward off Alzheimer’s and improve your brain health. Certain foods may even counteract age-related cognitive decline. Pairing a healthy diet with some light exercise each week is a recipe for success.

In this issue, you’ll learn the benefits of eating a healthy diet and exercising for just 75 minutes per week. We hope you enjoy this month’s issue.

P.S. By shopping on Amazon Smile today for Cyber Monday sales, you’ll help us in our mission to cure Alzheimer’s disease by donating to important research. Simply click here and choose Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation as a charity you’d like Amazon to donate to when you make your purchase.

Your ALZinfo Team

Research Articles

A Heart-Healthy Diet That’s Good for the Brain

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A diet rich in leafy greens, whole grains and vegetables Read More

A Brisk Walk May Help Keep the Mind Sharp

November 29, 2015

A few brisk walks a week may be all it Read More

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