Although we know vegetables dramatically improve health, all the mechanisms by which that occurs continues to be studied. It’s becoming clearer exactly how we can support healthy cognition and design treatments that assist clients with healthy aging and preventing cognitive decline. Recently, researchers uncovered the pathways by which leafy greens and cruciferous vegetables improve brain function. Did you know that Lutein is high in both leafy greens and cruciferous vegetables? Lutein accumulates in neural tissue and is the most common carotenoid found in the brain. Are you interested in hearing more about healthy aging Living a Healthy long Life? Come to our seminar at the Family Wellness Centre on the 9th March at 7.30 pm. Click here to book online.