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    DASH Diet
    Louise_WebMD_Staff posted:
    A diet designed to help lower blood pressure may also boost brainpower.A new study shows the DASH diet in combination with regular exercise improved mental activity by 30% in overweight adults compared with those who didn?t diet or exercise. The DASH diet was developed by the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension study and emphasizes low-fat dairy products and low-cholesterol foods as well as carbohydrates and fruits and vegetables .
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    Jis4Judy responded:
    that sounds true to me because I think when I eat like that I feel smarter LOL
    I didn;t vote because there is something to do with polls that erases our membership and we have to start over join the exchange again and retype our storys
    Hugs Judy:)

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