Getting leafy greens each day appeared to help slow cognitive decline in a Rush University Medical study that tracked older adults for nearly five years.
The study volunteers who ate the most greens, about 1.3 servings a day, were on par with people 11 years younger on tests of memory and thinking skills. One serving of leafy greens is just 1 cup of lettuce or 1/2 cup of cooked greens such as spinach, kale, or collards.
Source: Consumer Reports on Health May 2018
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