This study looked at 6,138 women who were sixty-five or older. It found that the ones who ate the most monounsaturated fat . . .  were 48% less likely to have the worst cognitive function and 44% less likely to have the worst verbal memory than women who ate the least.
  On the flip side, it found that those who ate the most saturated fat were 64% more likely to have the worst cognitive function and 65% more likely to have the worst verbal memory than women who ate the least.
   These significant differences show eating more monounsaturated fats and less saturated fats is good for your brain.

(Ann Neurol 2012;doi:10.1002/ana.23593)

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