Study Finds That a Mediterranean Diet Could Slow Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease


According to a new study found that the Mediterranean Diet, voted the best diet overall by the US News and World Report, can slow progression of Alzheimer’s disease. The study examined individuals who did and did not participate in the Mediterranean diet and found that those who were following the diet scored higher on cognitive functionality tests, even when dementia markers in the brain were found after death. 

To read the full article by Brooke Steinberg on the New York Post, click here.

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