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Consumption of Leafy Greens, Orange Juice May Decrease Memory Loss in Men

As per a research study that was published in the 21 November 2018 in the online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology states that the eating of dark orange, leafy greens, red vegetables, and berry fruits and further drinking of the orange juice is likely to be associated with a low risk of loss of memory over the time in men.

Changzheng Yuan, ScD of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston has further stated that one of the very important things in this study is that they were able to do a proper research and further track such as huge group of men over a 20-year period of time and allow it for the results. In addition to this, the study offers further evidence dietary choices, which may be quite important in order to maintain the brain health.

The research study has looked around 27,842 men with an average age of about 51, who are basically health professionals. The participants have filled out the questionnaires regarding how many servings of the vegetables, fruits, orange juice and other food they have consumed each day at the beginning of the research study and then further every four years for the 20 years. A serving of the fruit is considered to be one cup of the fruit or maybe half cup of the fruit juice. Furthermore, a serving of the vegetables is expected to be around one cup of the raw vegetables or also two cups of the leafy green vegetables.

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