Extension's Healthy Aging Program 2021, Eggs and Spinach Scramble with Red Pepper Pesto, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, Newsletter

Eggs and Spinach Scramble with Red Pepper Pesto 

Eating eggs, in moderation, provides protein and vitamins B, D, and E, which may help improve your memory. Red peppers may also help improve your memory.

A picture of scrambled eggs, spinach, and red bell peppers on a plate.
 
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