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Nutritional Cognitive Neuroscience: : Healthy Brain Aging

Several to digest contemplatively.

Nutritional Cognitive Neuroscience: Innovations for Healthy Brain


Parahippocampal Cortex Mediates the Relationship between Lutein and

Crystallized Intelligence in Healthy, Older Adults.

Inferior Prefrontal Cortex Mediates the Relationship between

Phosphatidylcholine and Executive Functions in Healthy, Older


Determinants of fluid intelligence in healthy aging: Omega-3

polyunsaturated fatty acid status and frontoparietal cortex


Circulating omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and subclinical

brain abnormalities on MRI in older adults: the Cardiovascular

Health Study.

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Thanks for links. I find I'm not intelligent enough to understand some of these!

Have you been following the blood type post by Jeeves? What is your Rhesus factor? I cannot find any research about this.


It always comes back to spinach!!


PD patients have high levels of iron deposits in the brain. I avoid spinach....although I love it!

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I didn't know that.

I think you'd be ok though as it's not easy for your body to extract the iron from spinach. It's a tiny amount compared to meat.

I wonder tho if my PD came from the iron infusions I had around the same time I developed my first symptoms.


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Look up on the internet. I know at autopsy, they have found high iron levels the brains of PwPD. I only eat fish 1-2 times a week. No meat otherwise.

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