As if we needed another study to tell us protein is good for the brain. (I'm pretty sure every last-minute, late-night, cookie-fueled paper I ever wrote in college was evidence enough. )
But for all you folks who like a little science with breakfast, a new study shows that choline -- found in meats and chicken eggs -- plays a critical role in the development of fetal brains during pregnancy.
In short, paleo moms (and other women who eat meat and eggs) produce babies with better functioning memories. At least, that's how I'm going to spin it.