Green Leafy Vegetables linked to slower cognitive decline

A new study suggests eating one serving of green leafy vegetables per day may help to slow cognitive decline with aging. The rate of decline among those who consume one to two servings per day was the equivalent of being 11 years younger compared with those who rarely or never consumed green leafy vegetables. Martha Clare Morris, ScD, Rush University, Chicago Illinois.   So your mom was right, eat your vegetables, especially the green ones.