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Kale, blueberries and chia seeds have been around for a while now.But superfoods – anything we can eat with exceptional health benefits – aren’t always the ones we’d expect to see down an aisle in our nearest health food store.And Marmite, our favourite British yeast spread, could be the latest addition as a study has found that people who eat just a teaspoon of the stuff every day could be protected against neurological disorders.Here are a few other surprising foods you’ll want to chow down on next – because not all heroes wear capes.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. The world’s best wine is cheaper than you think
[Photo: Bethany Grace] The people who remain firmly in the ‘fashion is frivolous’ camp need look no further than emerging Scottish designer Nadia Pinkney. For her graduate collection, Nadia combined fashion and science in a bid to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s; a disease which both her grandmother and great grandmother had suffered from. “My aim was to design a collection that meant a lot to me. It was emotional at some points,” the designer admits.
Testing 6,467 older women, researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee found that self-reported caffeine consumption of more than 261 mg a day was linked to a 36% reduction in the risk of dementia. Professor Ira Driscoll, who lead the study, told the Metro: “The mounting evidence of caffeine consumption as a potentially protective factor against cognitive impairment is exciting given that caffeine is also an easily modifiable dietary factor with very few contraindications.