Thomas Ramey Watson

Fend off Alzheimer’s

In a study, those who reported getting the highest amount of vitamin E — 19 milligrams a day — were about 25 percent less likely to be diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease over a 10-year period.

People in the study got much of their vitamin E from processed or sat-fat foods, like butter, margarine, and mayo.

Our suggestion? Get your E from healthy sources, such as nuts, seeds, veggies, plant oils, and

nut butters.

The bonus with nuts and seeds is th

at you also get a shot of hunger-quelling protein.

Not to mention some heart-healthy fats.

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