If you’re dealing with mild cognitive impairment, here’s a way to foster brain health that you’ll actually enjoy. It’s dark chocolate.
Studies have found the flavonoids in chocolate can be a “powerful agent” for improving cognitive function, according to the Cleveland Clinic. But that doesn’t mean you should rush out and start binge-eating candy bars. You need to eat the right kind of chocolate, in the right amount.
In today’s video, I explain why cocoa is so good for your brain, and how to get that benefit.
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