Tuesday, October 24, 2006

In the News: Vegetables Help Protect the Brain

We know that eating vegetables is good for you -- and now there's even more proof!

Eating two to three servings of vegetables every day might help keep the mind sharp in old age, a study suggests today.

The new findings add to the scientific evidence suggesting that a diet packed with vegetables might shore up the memory and protect against Alzheimer's.

To read the entire USA Today story, click here.

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