Last week, after meeting with my Alzheimer group, agreed to give the 'Mind Diet' a try. Been reading up on it, seems a normal diet. My weight is fine, ( 5'11"-176lbs ) so this is mainly to keep the mind as sharp as possible. Most of the points are just common sense it seems. - you eat healthy, more leafy veggies, less red meat, Red Wine instead of beer, etc. I have filled out numerous questionaries, ones prepared by Grad students involved in the study. From these, they personalize my diet. - I'll eat more fish, since I do not eat any type of chicken ( a taste thing for me ) - Adding Red wine as much as possible instead of beer. ( Ok if I go back to homebrewing beer) - I can have bread as long as I make smart choices about what type. ( I noted that a treat for me was a dish of Olive oil for bread dipping...) - If I need a sweet treat, Dark Chocolate is OK. - I already eat my share of nuts, so that's good. - I like rice better that potatoes, so no problem there. Since I'm heading to Chicago this weekend, I'll cheat just a bit and enjoy some 'not on the list' stuff.