Individuals who adhered to either a Mediterranean diet or the MIND diet -- which combines parts of the Mediterranean diet and a diet called Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension -- experienced later onset of Parkinson's disease, compared with those who didn't adhere to either diet, according to a study in Movement Disorders. Women who had close adherence to the MIND diet had up to 17.4 years later onset of Parkinson's disease, while men had up to 8 years later onset.
Study: 2 diets tied to delayed onset of Parkinson's
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