Harvard Health Letter

Protect your brain with "good" fat

Foods that harm the heart, especially those rich in saturated fat, may also harm the brain. In a Harvard-based study, women with the highest consumption of saturated fat had worse memory and cognition over time than those who consumed the least saturated fat.
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