Anti-Aging Food, Recipes & the MIND Diet
The research. The National Institute on Aging study found that the MIND Diet lowered Alzheimer's risk by 35% for people who followed it moderately well and up 53% for those who adhered to it rigorously.
How does this program work? Starting doesn't mean making drastic changes overnight. Instead, you begin by making small changes that seem most manageable to you. It is up to you.
Balanced Program - The MIND Diet falls within accepted ranges for the amount of protein, carbs, fat, and other nutrients they provide.
What types of meals do you eat on this program? No food group is off-limits - you'll get your share of poultry, beef, and fish; whole grains; fruits and vegetables; dairy; legumes, nuts, and seeds; a little fat; a few sweets; and optionally wine at lunch or dinner.
You've got lots of room to personalize your plan. You can eat meat when you want and pluck recipes from 50to120.com from any cuisine to suit your taste buds.