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A Balanced Meal Schedule May Benefit Cognitive Health, Study Finds

A Balanced Meal Schedule May Benefit Cognitive Health, Study Finds

Share on PinterestA new study suggests that eating three relatively similar meals throughout the day may help prevent cognitive decline. Azman L/Getty Images Meeting our daily energy needs through three relatively similar meals may be the best way to stave off cognitive decline, a new study finds. Skipping breakfast, according to the study, is associated …

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How to Start Preparing Meals Without It Taking Over Your Life

How to Start Preparing Meals Without It Taking Over Your Life

Photo: Elena Vesselova (Shutterstock) When you take your fitness goals (whether strength, or weight-related), often a first step is to get your diet in order. You want to get enough protein to support your muscles, fruits and vegetables for health, carbs for fueland a total amount of calories that supports your activity and goals without …

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Cognitive health may benefit from a balanced meal schedule – Neuroscience News

Summary: Breakfast may very well be the most important meal of the day, especially in terms of maintaining good cognitive health. Researchers have found that skipping breakfast increases the risk of cognitive decline in middle-to-old-aged people, while maintaining a temporal distribution of energy intake over the course of a day helps maintain cognitive health. Source: …

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