Dementia and Alzheimer's disease can be some of the most devastating diagnoses to receive for you and your loved ones.
"Anti-inflammatory eating styles have shown the most promise for combatting dementia," says Morgyn Clair, MS, RDN, author at Fit Healthy Momma.
One of the best things you can do to help protect your brain health is to limit the amount of saturated and trans fats you're consuming on a daily basis.
Goodson also mentions that a helpful eating guideline to follow is making sure your diet is full of "colorful foods."
Speaking of the MIND diet, one of the pillars of this way of eating is limiting your consumption of excess and added sugar.
While moderate amounts of alcohol have been found to have very little effect on your overall cognitive health.