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Dallas Chapter - Cooking for Brain Health

It is well-known that diet has a prominent impact on brain health, and years of research indicate that indigenous global foods and flavors can help cultivate a healthy mind. Join Dr. Anne VanBeber for this virtual cooking demonstration/discussion as she celebrates foods of the Americas. Fee: $25.

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Dallas Chapter - Cooking for Brain Health

Time & Location

Mar 21, 6:30 PM CDT

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About the Event

"How Food Choices Can Help Prevent Cognitive Decline and Alzheimer's disease".

Presented by Dr. Anne VanBeber, RD, LD, FAND Nutritional Sciences Professor, Texas Christian University Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist Member, Les Dames d'Escoffier Dallas

It is well-known that diet has a prominent impact on brain health, and years of research indicate that indigenous global foods and flavors can help cultivate a healthy mind. Join Dr. Anne VanBeber for this virtual cooking demonstration and discussion as she celebrates foods of the Americas. Learn about:

· The MIND Diet

· Native American foods that pack flavor and nutrition

· Easy recipes for brain-boosting meals and snacks

Join us from the TCU kitchen lab to find out how diet plays a bigger role in brain health than we ever thought through this interactive seminar and live cooking demonstration.

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