Dear Dr. Cummings,
It's my 40th birthday this July and I'm ready to make a positive change in my diet. I've heard that what you eat affects your brain health. That concerns me. I work full-time during the day and go to school several evenings a week so I need to be at the top of my game. Most days, I have an apple for lunch, but then I end up snacking on the donuts or cookies in the office kitchen. At the end of the day, I dash into a fast food restaurant on my way to school. On weekends, my husband and I like to indulge in a steak dinner with a glass of wine. Can you help me get on the right track?