Dementia: Thoughts weight-reduction plan proven to scale back threat of Alzheimer’s
A meta-analysis of 34,168 participants showed that higher adherence to a Mediterranean diet was linked to a 21 percent lower risk of developing cognitive impairment and a 40 percent lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
What explains this effect?
According to the Alzheimer’s Society (AS), there is evidence that the Mediterranean diet alleviates the signs of inflammation.
Inflammation of the brain has been linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
Diet is also linked to lower cholesterol levels, which research suggests may be linked to memory and thinking problems.