The risk of low memory and dementia is increasing with age, but a new study says eating 10 grams of sodium will improve memory performance by 60% and protect against dementia. This protective benefit can be obtained by eating other nut nuts, because the same feed is about giving the nutrients needed for nerve cells.
The study was carried out at the University of South Australia, and revealed that anti-cyclical agents in the Sudanese who affect neurons are damaging to ability and memory of abilities.
The study, published in The Journal of Nutrition, based on a database of China's growth survey included 4,822 people over the age of 55.
Results have shown that eating Sudanese not only feeds but protects the brains of a mental recession and a loss of memory that happens in going up.