Flashback Friday: Preventing Alzheimer’s with Lifestyle Changes and Diet

Lifestyle changes could potentially prevent hundreds of thousands of cases of Alzheimer’s disease every year in the United States. And the role of the Mediterranean diet in preventing and treating dementia.

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My mom’s mom died of Alzheimer’s. It is worth preventing at all costs.
Up to half of Alzheimer’s cases may be attributable to just those 7 risk factors, and that’s not even including diet, because there were so many dietary factors that they couldn’t fit them into their model.

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