Researchers found that older adults with the highest food-sourced vitamin D consumption levels were less likely to develop dementia, compared with those who had the least vitamin D intake from food, even after accounting for various dementia risk factors. The findings were published in Alzheimer's & Dementia.
Elevated vitamin D intake may curb odds of dementia
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