Wine & Cheese May Help Bolster Cognitive Health

Plus, new federal dietary guidelines keep moderate wine drinking recommendations, while changing their tone

Wine & Cheese May Help Bolster Cognitive Health
What pleases the palate may also keep you sharp. (Lucy Schaeffer)
From the Mar 31, 2021, issue

How might wine and cheese impact cognitive health? New research conducted at Iowa State University has found that consuming more wine and cheese over time could help bolster cognitive health as we age.

Plus, the 2020–2025 U.S. Dietary Guidelines have just been released. While the recommendations on moderate alcohol consumption remain unchanged, the tone of this year’s report was different.

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