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Variety in Fruit and Vegetable Intake and Cognitive Function in Middle-Aged and Older Puerto Rican Adults

Consuming a wide variety of fruits and vegetables regularly may enhance cognitive function in middle-aged and elderly individuals.


This study examined the impact of frequent consumption of fruits and vegetables on cognitive function in middle-aged and older adults. Researchers gathered information about the dietary choices and mental health of 1,412 Puerto Rican men and women aged 45-75 years. 

Researchers discovered that regular ingestion of different types of fruits and vegetables improved cognitive domains, such as memory, attention, and executive function. This study highlights the beneficial effect of eating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables on cognitive function in middle-aged and elderly individuals.

Research Summary Information

Low Intake of Fruits, Berries and Vegetables Is As...
Fruits and Vegetables Are Associated With Lower Lu...

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