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Good Food or Antioxidants today?
Good FoodIf you were looking through the Pete Miller’s menu, would you rather have the Bacon Blue Cheeseburger or the North Atlantic Salmon? If you’re stressing about your weight, you’ll probably lean towards the salmon. And if that isn’t enough pressure already, you may also consider your bio test tomorrow, because what you eat not only determines the way you look; it may also determine the way you think. Where’s your World’s Healthiest Foods Encyclopedia when you need it?

In a recent edition of Nature Reviews Neuroscience, UCLA neurosurgery professor Dr. Fernando Gómez-Pinilla reviewed 160 studies from the past three decades that all lead to the same conclusion: nutrition affects brain function. It makes sense: the brain requires energy to function, and our primary source of energy is food. The majority of these studies focus on specific nutrients like Omega-3 fatty acids or antioxidants. Docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA, for example, is an integral component of brain phospholipids, and thus essential to cognitive function. Our bodies do not produce DHA; we have to get it from food. Other nutrients, like antioxidants, aid cognitive function by improving transmission at the synapses, the junctions between nerve cells.

Does your brain hurt yet?

You may have heard of some of these nutrients: recent media hype makes antioxidants pretty hard to escape. Every Odwalla juice or Cliff bar proudly lists the nutrients in bold print. Odwalla even markets its apple-raspberry flavored “Super Focus” as a “mental energy juice drink” that purportedly “enhance[s] concentration.”
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