Diet Changes Not Meant to Lower Risk of Alzheimers

There is minimal evidence that changes in dietary or lifestyle changes may lower an individual’s risk of developing Alzheimers disease .
An American panel announced this recently.
The National Institutes of Health called together experts who announced the results of multiple studies regarding diet, exercise, nutritional supplements and chronic diseases, such as, whether or not diabetes or hypertension affect an individual’s risk of developing the fatal, brain-wasting disease.
There were some signs that high cholesterol, diabetes and smoking may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s.
A Mediterranean style diet, high in fruit, veg and healthy fats and reduced alcohol can keep the brain and body fit and seem to reduce risk.

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