Polyphenols are an excellent nutrient to reduce inflammation but not as important as omega-3 fatty acids.
One of the problems of looking for genetic links is the corresponding lack of investigation of epigenetic factors that can affect those genes.
Unfortunately, the two items people are most likely to eat in that list (shrimp and scallops) have very low levels of omega-3 fatty acids.
The best way to invest in brain health is to reduce neuroinflammation whatever the cause.
The one thing that is consistent with children with ADHD is that they have lower levels of omega-3 fatty acids than normal. It seems obvious to me the first line of treatment should be supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids before drugs and other interventions.
Diagnosis of CTE is fine, but eventually you still have to treat it. To date the best therapy remains high-dose fish oil to reduce neuroinflammation.
I wish the obesity epidemic were as easy to solve as politicians would like to think. However, I believe we are seeing trans generational epigenetic modifications that will not be easily overcome.
All of these foods contain either omega-3 fatty acids or polyphenols. Both reduce inflammation in the skin, and that is why it glows.
Diet can definitely reduce medical costs, but it has to be based on science as opposed to the religious-like belief that is central to this article.
For weight loss, diet will always trump exercise. For weight maintenance, you need a combination to hold back biological defenders of weight regain.