Don’t cut carbs, don’t drink too much and don’t turn on the TV while you eat, say experts, these habits aren’t good for your brain. Photo: Shutterstock
Don’t cut carbs, don’t drink too much and don’t turn on the TV while you eat, say experts, these habits aren’t good for your brain. Photo: Shutterstock
Wellness

How to maintain brain health so you age well: three diet tips from the experts

  • The same healthy diet behaviours that reduce your chances of getting cancer, diabetes or heart disease can also lower the risk of cognitive decline
  • Don’t ditch carbs, but do eat the right ones, nutritionists say; eat mindfully instead of having TV dinners, psychologists say; and drink alcohol in moderation

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Don’t cut carbs, don’t drink too much and don’t turn on the TV while you eat, say experts, these habits aren’t good for your brain. Photo: Shutterstock
Don’t cut carbs, don’t drink too much and don’t turn on the TV while you eat, say experts, these habits aren’t good for your brain. Photo: Shutterstock
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