If you’re not already eating Brussels sprouts and walnuts, now may be a great time to a start. Researchers found that walnut extract provides protective effects against oxidative stress and cell death which inhibited amyloid-beta fibrillization, a beta-induced oxidative stress which causes damage to the brain.

When you eat foods containing vitamin A — like Brussels sprouts — it is converted into retinoic acid by the body which the researchers believe will boosts the number of neurons and the connections between them, positively affecting neurological and psychiatric issues.

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