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Brain-Healthy Curry Chickpea Wraps

Turmeric, a main ingredient in curry, is the spice of choice in fighting and preventing dementia. It’s popular in India, which has one of the world’s lowest rates of dementia. Try this delicious curry-filled wrap.

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QUICK HEALTH VIDEO: You CAN reduce risk of Alzheimer’s. Learn 4 ways to improve your brain and maintain long-term health. Numerous studies show you really can do something about dementia.

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Vegetarians and Dementia

Strokes often trigger Vascular Dementia and Mixed Dementia. Just how effective are vegetarian and plant-based diets in protecting us from these common types of dementia?

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