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Diet and dementia prevention


Prevent dementia with diet modifications.

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Clinical trials in Alzheimer's disease have failed overwhelmingly. It's very disappointing to see more and more clinical trials for Alzheimer's disease being canceled due to a lack of beneficial outcomes.

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šŸŽÆHigh Performance Brain's prime target is to popularize lifestyle-based health interventions that can prevent any form of dementia.

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šŸ”¬Based on scientific articles, we've identified a few diet-related risk factors that are associated with dementia.

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āœ”ļøMiddle-aged adults with a history of alcohol use disorders have increased odds of developing severe memory impairment later in life.

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āœ”ļøSeveral cross-sectional and longitudinal population-based studies suggested a protective effect of coffee, tea, and caffeine use against late-life cognitive impairment/decline.

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āœ”ļøWithin the range of a habitual dietary intake, a higher intake of lignans is associated with less cognitive decline at middle age.

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āœ”ļøIn an older population, a Mediterranean diet supplemented with olive oil or nuts is associated with improved cognitive function.

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āœ”ļøHigher adherence to the Mediterranean Diet is associated with a reduced risk of developing Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease

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āœ”ļøHigher glucose levels may be a risk factor for dementia, even among persons without diabetes.

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āœ”ļøUnderweight, overweight, and obesity in midlife increase dementia risk.

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šŸ‘‰Would you like us to give you more details about the relationship between dementia and diet? Leave a comment down below which topic you would like to hear more about in the future.

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šŸ“„If you need a consultation with a nutritionist, please message us, we would like to help you optimise your diet for better brain performance!

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