MILWAUKEE -- Do you ever feel like you're not as sharp as you used to be? Registered dietitian Lisa Grudzielanek with with "Your Tasty Life" joins Real Milwaukee to talk about the best foods for your brain.
Rich in polyphenols, which are powerful brain protective antioxidants
Help to reduce inflammation, a cornerstone of virtually all brain degenerative disorders
Acts to turn on the parts of our DNA that help reduce inflammation
Cholesterol is an necessary component of brain cell membranes
Great source prebiotic fiber to support brain-healthy gut bacteria
Rich in polyphenols that may actually boost brain blood flow
Select bars with 70-85% cocoa or cocoa powder, to reap health benefits