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    Default Mushrooms Help Protect Your Brain

    Beth Levine

    We all worry at least occasionally about what the future will bring. As we get older, one of the scariest threats is the possibility of developing dementia and losing many of our precious memories. While there is no surefire way to guarantee that we won’t experience cognitive decline in our later years, there are steps we can take that will reduce its likelihood. New research now suggests that one potential form of brain protection could come from something you might already enjoy eating—mushrooms.

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    Wish I could bring myself to eat mushrooms, but I can't. This article indicates mushrooms are primarily brain protective because they contain vit. D, selenium, spermidine (for detox) and are anti-inflammatory. I can obtain these nutritional benefits from other foods. So, I'm good. No mushrooms for least for now.

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