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Curried Chickpea Wraps

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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Walnut Streusel Pumpkin Pie

Walnut Streusel Pumpkin Pie

NEUROPROTECTIVE HOLIDAY RECIPE: Brain-healthy pumpkin pie gets a new twist with a crunchy, neuroprotective walnut streusel topping. Try this easy recipe that starts with a store-bought pie crust!

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Saffron Chicken

RECIPE: In a double-blind study, saffron spice beat out placebo in treating symptoms of Alzheimer’s. Try this brain-healthy saffron chicken dish.

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Chickpea Spinach Curry

BRAIN-HEALTHY RECIPE: Try this delicious Taste-of-India Alzheimer’s-fighting side-dish. The chickpea base is rich in dementia-resistant arginine. While high-iron chickpeas and spinach guard against stroke and

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Coconut Fish Curry

RECIPE: “Brain foods” are neuroprotective, fighting Alzheimer’s by lowering risk and helping to resist cognitive decline. This flavorful dish combines 4 of the best “brain

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