50 Memory Boosting Meals-Reduce The Risk Of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease
What if the foods you choose could help prevent Alzheimer’s disease? MIND diet – a style of eating linked to a lowered risk of getting the progressive degenerative brain disease–one that disproportionately affects women
You probably already load up your plate with brain-boosting foods like fatty fish and dark chocolate, but now there’s a new diet plan that could seriously slash your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease—even if you’re only so-so about following it. The MIND diet—which stands for Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay and could not be more aptly named—reduced Alzheimer’s risk by 53% among strict adherents and by 35% among those who followed it pretty well. Both the Mediterranean and DASH diets have shown brain-boosting benefits in past research, even though both are typically touted for their protective powers for the heart. The MIND diet, on the other hand, emphasizes the pieces of each that have been specifically linked to dementia prevention and modifies other aspects, like fruit consumption, for added benefit. Buy your copy today!