Dementia is a particularly sad condition because it often causes people to become less social, pulling back into themselves and engaging less with stimulating activities. Depression is a common side effect. Spinach, however, possesses high levels of folate and other B vitamins that are associated with anti-depressant effects. Folate is also an important player when it comes to cognitive function. The other antioxidant effects of spinach can further slow the accumulation of plaque in the brain. Adding spinach to your diet is valuable and beneficial for many other aspects of health as well, in addition to preventing dementia.
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