11 July 2010

Exercise, tea and vitamin D

Charleston, S.C.

Just as I'd hoped. I waited long enough for researchers to come up with a study that matched my lifestyle. I drank my tea, walked in the sunshine to take this picture just for you and helped prevent dementia at the same time.
Study: Exercise, tea and vitamin D to ward off dementia
By Mary Brophy Marcus, USA TODAY
Improved living and diet habits — including lots of physical activity, regular tea-drinking and sufficient vitamin D levels — could reduce the risk of brain decline, according to three studies presented Sunday.

"These are encouraging," says William Thies, chief medical and scientific officer of the Alzheimer's Association. "These types of studies make people think, 'Well gosh, maybe I can do something about this disease.'"