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4 foods linked to increased memory loss

Dietary choices have powerful impacts, particularly for our senior loved ones.

By Anna Reah | Simple Fix Today

Published July 1, 2024 6:30am EDT

Their brain health can be significantly influenced by what they consume. There are actually 4 specific types of food, which are consistently linked to memory loss.

Dr. Will Mitchell has created a special video presentation, which brilliantly explains what foods to avoid. He also outlines 8 specific things you can do to build up your brain to stay sharp, retain its memory recall, and resist cognitive decline.

Anna Reah is a editor/writer at Simple Fix Today.

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