Video: Dana Talks Brain Food on GMA Health

by in Uncategorized, September 16, 2009

If you get the ABC News Now channel, you may have caught Dana on “Good Morning America – Health” earlier this week. She talked with host Tanya Rivero about fresh foods that boost your brain. If you missed it, check out the list and watch the short segment here.

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Comments (4)

  1. Thank for for posting this. I meant to watch it but the kids decided it would be a fun day to pour chocolate syrup everywhere. I prefer fresh foods and I'm glad to know it really is that good for you.

    – Bill

  2. EJ Shames says:

    I thought you did a fantastic job of talking about brainy food !! You were clear and really able to articulate well about the benefits of each food!

    I was surprised, though, that when Formula was mentioned as something that DHA is being added to, there was no inclusion of MOTHERS MILK being a perfect source of DHA for babies. This was noted YEARS and YEARS before the formula companies started adding it to their cans of substitute milk.

    As a speaker and teacher of nutrition , health and wellbeing, I am so thrilled to hear when the word gets out so clearly about eating lots of fruits and veggies !

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