A diet might cut the risk of developing Alzheimer's
from The Wall Street Journal
Researchers successfully tested a special diet they designed that appears to reduce the risk for developing Alzheimer's disease. The study compared the so-called MIND diet with the popular, heart-healthy Mediterranean diet and the DASH diet, which is intended to help control high blood pressure. The MIND diet borrows significantly from the other two, and all are largely plant-based and low in high-fat foods. But the MIND diet places particular emphasis on eating "brain-healthy" foods such as green leafy vegetables and berries, among other recommendations.
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