Low-fat, low-glycemic diet may help prevent Alzheimer's

06/14/2011 | HealthDay News

A study in the Archives of Neurology suggested that people may reduce their future risk of Alzheimer's disease by eating a low-fat, low-glycemic diet early in life. New York researchers found that healthy adults who ate a low-fat diet had changes in biomarkers that might make it less likely they would develop Alzheimer's, while adults with mild cognitive decline saw the opposite effect.

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