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November 7, 2017

News You Can Use

http://neurosciencenews.com/old-cell-aging-7890/

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June 21, 2017

Olive Oil (Again!) – More Good (Brain) News

http://neurosciencenews.com/olive-oil-memory-alzheimers-6948/

June 19, 2017

More on the Mediterranean Diet

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Actually, I was going to entitle this Post, “Blogging Made Easy.”

Here you go!

May 3, 2017

What We Know – What We Don’t Know: Wine and Brain Health

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Sometimes when science reveals a truth about nature – what we know – the bigger effect is to realize that this is a clue to how much we do not know: and we don’t know much!

Here, a Study connects a few dots regarding why the daily moderate red wine consumption of The Mediterranean (Greek) Diet bestows benefits to the brain (in terms of protecting against degenerative neurological diseases).

Like so many other truths about nature, it isn’t a story we might have guessed: it is better:-)

April 29, 2017

“Traditional” Mediterranean Diet Under Attack

This woman is kind of a big shot, so she can not just say what ever she wants. Here I have copied the best part; here is her Blog Post.

A Way Out

But there is a way out, Greece has three important advantages when it comes to nutrition:

1. A traditional diet that is the gold standard of diets. The traditional Greek diet is considered the purest form and the prototype of the Mediterranean diet. We do not need to reinvent the wheel, we have excellent published nutrition guidelines based on the diets of our parents and grandparents. We just need to make the diet relevant and accessible again.

2. Access to fresh food. Greece does not have food desserts. Every neighborhood/suburb poor or affluent, has a farmers market at least twice a week. This is key in raising awareness on how a traditional Greek diet is healthy and affordable.

3. Greek Filotimo and Filoxenia. Even in difficult times Greeks are helping those in need even though they are having their own financial difficulties. In Greek culture offering to another is considered an obligation, it is a reflection of who you are. According to a recent survey from the Dianeosis, an estimated 58% of Greeks have provided assistance to those in need through the form of food, clothing, money or volunteer work. That is quite high considering that Greeks are going through their own crisis.

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