Ingredients to Boost the Brains of Baby Boomers

Omega-3s, tart cherries, phospholipids can keep cognition sharp in old age.

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It’s said that, for seniors, the difference between forgetfulness and Alzheimer’s Disease can be reduced to a simple equation: If you don’t remember where you put your keys, you are forgetful; if you don’t remember what function keys serve, that’s Alzheimer’s. This year, the first baby boomers started turning 70. And while “better-for-you” foods and beverages are filling shelves to help us avoid cancer and heart disease, or to provide energy to allow us to keep up with the millennials trying to take away our jobs, the need to focus on brain health and cognitive performance has become inescapable. There’s good news, however. Not only are many of the…

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