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How do low-glycemic vegetables protect and promote brain health?

Low-glycemic vegetables, which grow above ground, protect and promote brain health because they are fiber and nutrient-dense. In this video, neurologist David Perlmutter, MD, explains why these colorful vegetables should be included in your diet. 

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