Referenser till artiklarna i nr 6 2017, Härnan

Citronen - ett riktigt näringskalas, Pia Andrea, skribent
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Stimulans för vitalare hjärna, Peter Wilhelmsson, näringsmedicinare, naturläkare 
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Förebygg Alzheimers med rätt kost och näring, Anette Lindquist, näringsmedicinare
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Byggstenar till en hälsosammare hjärna, Sofia Dahlgren, medicinsk kock, certifierad näringsterapeut
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MCT:s effekt på hjärnans funktion, Mikaela Bjerring, näringsterapeut och hälsoskribent
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