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With 99% of the population the real risk of developing Alzheimer’s is not down to our DNA but due to the way we live our lives. In this talk based on her groundbreaking new book BRAIN FOOD: How to Eat Smart and Sharpen Your Mind, Dr Lisa Mosconi, a leading US neuroscientist, whose research spans a range of specialties including neurology, brain imaging, and nutrition, will explain how what we eat and drink affects the health of the brain, and how the nutritional requirements of the brain differ from the rest of the body’s organs. She will show how what we eat can not only affect our chances of developing dementia but can also reduce stress, increase happiness and boost memory.

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