The internet can be a good thing and a bad thing when it comes to learning about healthy food selection. It can be a source of fact and evidence-based information but can also be a source of reliable information & pseudoscience.
In this webcast, Fatim will share the latest evidence and research trials around the best diet for the aging brain. Positive lifestyle practices, including healthy eating and physical activity, are essential for brain health and maintaining cognitive function. She will provide you with fact-based information on specific foods and nutrients that can help lower your risk for Alzheimer's disease and dementia as well as other chronic disease such as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension and stroke.
Understand the connection between diet, lifestyle and cognitive function in adults
Learn about the evidence behind the Brain Health Food Guide and detailed weekly food intake goals to reduce the risk for Alzheimer's disease and dementia
Take away practical tips and resources to plan meals that include nutrients that promote brain health