Study finds lower risk of Alzheimer's in people who eat healthy

04/12/2010 | Bloomberg · HealthDay News

Researchers studied the eating habits of more than 2,000 people 65 and older and found that the risk of Alzheimer's disease was 38% lower in those whose diets consisted of fish, fruits, nuts, poultry and leafy vegetables and were low in red meat and butter. "We know that these foods are definitely helpful for other conditions and diseases, and now we have this hint that they may be helpful for brain diseases," one of the researchers said.

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