Protect your brain from your worst fears which is the memory that’s fading. And experts agree on the best sort of support: fatty foods like nuts and olive oil. Healthy fats are a great deterrent to oxidation anxiety, factor for the development of dementia. Maybe not coincidentally, such two foods are also essential components of the Mediterranean diet.
Nestle’s research center in Switzerland conducted a study. Therefore phytonutrients may play a crucial role in reducing bone loss and helping your body stay healthy and age gracefully.
Adding olives to your diet as a snack is a great idea but be mindful of the number of Olives you eat on a weekly basis. Olives can be high on sodium so stick to five large or ten small olives at a time and don’t forget to use olive oil as a salad dressing. It’ll make your meals even tastier.
And it’s a reminder that the food we eat has a direct impact on our life, health, appearance and certainly our productivity. However, how many apply this advice in our daily lives? Understanding the right nutrition can sometimes be a challenge as there are so many different opinions and ideas. So we better refer to those who are experts in this field.