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

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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