Research shows that normal memory problems can begin as early as age 27. And while such minor forgetful moments certainly don’t signify cognitive decline, everyone could still use a boost in cognitive performance! In addition to keeping stress at bay, working out and engaging your brain regularly, simply eating certain foods can actually boost mental performance. Add these six foods (including dark chocolate!) to your weekly or daily diets. Read more at America’s Eating Strategist.
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