Mediterranean diet for Alzheimer’s

According to diet news this week, a leading Alzheimer’s charity has made it clear that a Mediterranean diet could lower the risk of developing dementia . A Mediterranean diet rich in fruit and vegetables, fish, and grains is well known for its health benefits.
According to The Alzheimer’s Society, a “healthy heart means a healthy brain”, and a Mediterranean diet could help to protect against all kinds of disease, including diabetes .
The head of research at the charity, Dr. Susanne Sorensen, reportedly commented: “This review of 12 studies adds weight to growing evidence that a Mediterranean diet and regular exercise are the best ways to reduce your risk of developing diseases as we get older and helps us live longer.”

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