Episode 63: Eat Deliciously to Delay Dementia with Annie Fenn, MD

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Show Notes:

Our diet and lifestyle habits in midlife, have a major impact on the probability that we will develop dementia later in life. Today we are talking about how midlife health and fitness, specifically in the kitchen, can impact tiny changes in our brain that later can show up as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is somewhat preventable through diet and lifestyle, and Dr. Annie Fenn has made it her life’s work to teach us how to eat delicious food while waring off changes in our brain that can lead to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Find Dr. Fenn on her website  The Brain health Kitchen  

And on Instagram @thebrainhealthkitchen

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