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Pensioners should invest in walking shoes and fish suppers, and not waste their money on supplements that promise to boost brain health, experts say.Pensioners should invest in walking shoes and fish suppers, and not waste their money on supplements that promise to boost brain health, experts say.

Walking shoes and fish suppers are better than supplements that claim to boost brain health, experts say

OLDER Brits should not waste their money buying brain-boosting supplements such as fish oil, experts warn. Instead they should invest in a pair of walking shoes and eat plenty of salmon and trout, …

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A healthy diet is the best way to keep the mind sharp, the Global Council on Brain Health said. Tablets marketed to improve brain health are simply 'too good to be true', they warned.A healthy diet is the best way to keep the mind sharp, the Global Council on Brain Health said. Tablets marketed to improve brain health are simply 'too good to be true', they warned.

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A healthy diet is the best way to keep the mind sharp, the Global Council on Brain Health said.A healthy diet is the best way to keep the mind sharp, the Global Council on Brain Health said.

Brain health supplements ‘a waste of money’, say global experts