The Smarter Eater

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The Smarter Eater By Rich Maloof for MSN Health 8t Fitness Brain & Body He has no basis for his claim except that he eats a lot of blueberries and, well, he really is prett y sharp . In the scientif i c commun i ty this would at best be kno w n as anecdotal evidence . It may also be an excuse to eat more blueberry pancakes . Wi th the release of an analysis on nutrition and the brain published th i s summer in Nature Reviews Neurosc i ence, my berry-smart fr i end ' s claim has gained credibil i ty. Fernando G6mez-Pinilla , professor of neurosurgery and physiolog i ca l science at UCLA , analyzed more than 160 studies about food's effect on the brain . He found that diet can be used to ward off mental disorders such as depression and dementia and to enhance brain functions such as memory , l earn i ng and verba l intelligence . We've heard before that some foods and food supplements are good for the bra i n . People who gorge themselves (and their children) on omega-3 supplements , which have been shown to increase IQ, have already devoured this knowledge
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