If you are getting older, you pay more attention to your diet to keep a clear and healthy mind as long as possible. Take, for example, breakfast. Can you skip it or do you need it? If you need it, what kind of breakfast is the best for you and your brain?
To answer these questions, a recent Chinese study investigated the energy and macronutrient intake at breakfast and its influence on cognitive decline of 2.935 participants aged 55–93 years old (at the beginning of the study) during the period of 9 years.
The researchers found out that older people need to have a breakfast with higher amounts of protein and fat and lower amounts of carbohydrates to delay or prevent cognitive decline.
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