It’s the new year and you’re probably looking for ways to keep yourself healthy and vibrant. One easy option? It seems that adding a salad to your menu every day may keep your memory strong and cognition sharp. In a new study published in Neurology, researchers found that older people who added green leafy veggies to their daily diet had slower rates of memory decline and cognitive aging. The study was part of the work of the Rush University Medical Center Memory and Aging Project, and while it was only a self-reported observational study, it nonetheless suggests something we probably all know: Diet matters, especially as you age. So pile on the spinach and kale, and read about the study Here.