The MIND diet, or Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay diet, may help prevent dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The MIND focuses on having green-leafy vegetables every day and other vegetables the other day. And the reason why is; fruits and vegetables have a lot of antioxidants, vital chemicals, especially the vitamin E.
This MIND diet also focuses on having berries in your food meal plan, at least twice per week. The berries is a super food that are easy to incorporate in your daily meal plan
Lean protein is emphasized in the MIND diet because of the DHA and Omega-3s in the fish, which reduce the oxidative stress in your brain and can show to reduce the cognitive decline.
Franciscan Health registered dietitian Yu-Han Huang explains more about the MIND diet and how it may inmprove your brain health.
Learn more about the brain benefits of the MIND diet and foods to eat at https://www.franciscanhealth.org/news-and-events/news/mind-diet-good-brain-body.