Avocados, greens, and lutein and zeaxanthin supplements are put to the test for improving cognitive function.
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What’s one convenient way to pack in the greens? How about Green Smoothies: What Does the Science Say? (
I also make a vegetable-based smoothie in one of my rare cooking show vids: Dr. Greger in the Kitchen: My New Favorite Beverage (
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