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By Julie Garden-Robinson
Food and Nutrition Specialist, NDSU Extension Service 

Prairie Fare: Are you eating for your brain health?

 

April 3, 2023

Foods rich in antioxidants, especially fruits and vegetables, may help slow or prevent oxidative damage. (Pixabay photo)

When our kids were young, we read to them every night before bedtime. Some of their books put us to sleep.

Often, I'd find my husband and child sound asleep in a chair with a half-read book.

Our kids liked a book named "Don't Forget the Oatmeal." It was a very long book.

I know our kids were delaying their bedtime when they requested this book. Unfortunately, the "oatmeal book" was lost. We hid...



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