Current evidence shows eating nuts regularly is good for brain health, but how? Can they improve learning? Boost memory? Listen to our free webinar (1 hour) to find out.
Associate Professor Alison Coates from Uni SA explores the latest evidence about nuts and brain health, which shows:
- Nuts improve blood flow, reduce cell damage and inflammation.
- Regularly eating nuts can improve cognition, improve learning and boost learning and memory skills.
- Daily nut consumption may lower the risk of depression, via the production of the feel-good hormone, serotonin.
- Nuts may be important in reducing the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
- Regularly eating nuts strengthens EEG brainwave frequencies associated with cognition, healing, learning and memory.
- Nuts are packed with nutrients important for brain health, including Vitamin E, B-group vitamins, polyunsaturated fats, minerals and other phytonutrients.