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Diet for brain health won't get you 6-pack abs

By TC Newman, Buzz60 Popular diets have Americans shunning white starches and alcohol, but a Harvard researcher is challenging everything we've been taught about a healthy diet. Dr. Preston Estep runs studies on gerontology at Harvard Medical School, and saysAlzheimer's and other dementia related deaths have tripled in the last 20 years. SEE ALSO: These are the 10 most popular foods on Twitter Our lifespan has gotten longer, but what Dr.
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