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Time to cook up some curry! A study in the Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology showed older adults in India are 4.4 times less likely to develop Alzheimer's than the same demographic in the U.S. Turmeric also has anti-inflammatory abilities to protect cell erosion and carries antioxidant effects that fight against breakdown in cell membranes. "It's more than just a protector against Alzheimer's," says clinical dietitian Jaclyn London, RD, who specializes in neurology and brain injury at Mount Sinai Health System. "Research has shown that individuals who only occasionally consume curry, less than once per month, still performed better on a standardized test than those who reported rarely or never eating curry."