Planning, Shopping And Preparing For Thanksgiving Meals Can Help Boost Your Brain Health
Multi-tasking and problem solving keep your brain active. Thanksgiving also provides an opportunity to be around loved ones, which can help with depression and isolation.
This Is Why That Thanksgiving Meal May Boost Your Brain
Can that Thanksgiving meal you’ll be planning and sharing with family and friends be good for the brain? Yes, according to Dr. Marwan Sabbagh, director of the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. He said many brain processes are involved in planning, shopping for and preparing a meal. These tasks involve organizing, prioritizing, problem solving, multitasking and remaining focused. (Caraccio, 11/20)