Cinnamon

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Even the most unassuming substances can have impressive effects on the body, such as cinnamon’s effect on cognitive function and dementia. The active ingredient in cinnamon, cinnamaldehyde, has been shown to reduce plaque levels in the brain and slow the onset of dementia. Cinnamon is also a popular and delicious spice that can be added to a wide variety of dishes, making it easy to add to your diet. Plaque build-up makes it difficult for blood to flow to underused regions of the brain where memory is stored, so breaking down or eliminating that plaque can get your brain functioning normally!

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