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Caffeine and a healthy diet may boost memory, thinking skills; alcohol’s effect uncertain

A study published in this month's Journal of Nutrition suggests that drinking caffeinated beverages, having the occasional alcoholic drink, and eating a healthy diet may help preserve memory and thinking skills long into old age. In particular, foods that are part of the Mediterranean diet—fruits, vegetables, nuts, fish, olive oil, and whole grains—show promise for preserving memory and preventing Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.

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Published By: Harvard Mental Health Blog - Wednesday, 18 June, 2014

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