Study: Here’s How You Can Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk
A new study has shown that people can significantly reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia by making healthier choices in the kitchen.
By following either Mediterranean or brain-focused Mediterranean-DASH Diet Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay (MIND) diets, people showed fewer physical signs of Alzheimer’s, CNN reported Wednesday. Further, the study showed that those who followed either diet had lowered their odds by almost 40% of accumulating enough plaques and tangles in brain tissue to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, the outlet reported.
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The MIND diet has already been touted for years as the anti-memory loss diet. In a study conducted in 2015, MIND diet researchers monitored a group of older adults for up to 10 years from the Rush Memory and Aging Project (MAP) with annual dietary questionnaires.
“Researchers found a 53% lower rate of Alzheimer’s disease for those with the highest MIND scores. Even those participants who had moderate MIND scores showed a 35% lower rate compared with those with the lowest MIND scores,” the study showed.
This new research, however, shows that even small changes, can potentially have big effects. (Read more from “Study: Here’s How You Can Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk” HERE)
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