Following the MIND diet strengthens the brain against alopecia deterioration

Researchers have proven that eating certain foods slows down the aging of the brain by 7.5 years

Dementia is a syndrome associated with persistent deterioration in brain function, which has many different causes.

In detail, Express UK reports that there are many different types of dementia, with Alzheimer’s disease being one of the most common.

According to British official statistics, one in 14 people over the age of 65 suffers from dementia, and the condition affects one in six people over the age of 80, according to “Sputnik”.

Studies have shown that it is impossible to change some dementia risk factors, such as age and genes. However, research suggests that other risk factors may also be important, and it may be possible to change them.

According to the NHS, risk factors such as hearing loss, untreated depression, loneliness or social isolation, or sitting for most of the day, may also be important.

And according to the “Mayo Clinic”, the “Mind” diet can strengthen the brain against the deterioration of Alzheimer’s disease.

The health site suggests that you should eat “at least three servings” of whole grains a day; To reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

Eating certain foods (and avoiding others) has been shown to slow brain aging by 7.5 years and reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

She emphasized that university researchers developed the Minda Diet to emphasize foods that affect brain health.

Symptoms of dementia include some language problems, such as using words incorrectly or difficulty speaking, as well as movement and difficulties with daily activities.

The NHS says: “Symptoms of dementia usually worsen over time. In the late stage of dementia people will not be able to take care of themselves and may lose their ability to communicate.”

She pointed out that the early stage of dementia can include forgetting, losing time, and getting lost in familiar places.

Regarding the appropriate time to start preventing dementia with all its consequences, including Alzheimer’s, the agency says that middle age (from the forties to the early sixties) is the appropriate time to start taking steps to reduce the risk of dementia, although it is useful to take steps at any age.

“The brain changes that cause dementia can start years or even decades before symptoms appear. If you live a healthy lifestyle now, you reduce the chances of these changes occurring in the brain,” she says.

Study: Eating a Mind Diet Strengthens the Brain Against the Deterioration of Alzheimer’s Disease


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Dementia is a syndrome associated with persistent deterioration in brain function, which has many different causes.

In detail, Express UK reports that there are many different types of dementia, with Alzheimer’s disease being one of the most common.

According to British official statistics, one in 14 people over the age of 65 suffers from dementia, and the condition affects one in six people over the age of 80, according to “Sputnik”.

Studies have shown that it is impossible to change some dementia risk factors, such as age and genes. However, research suggests that other risk factors may also be important, and it may be possible to change them.

According to the NHS, risk factors such as hearing loss, untreated depression, loneliness or social isolation, or sitting for most of the day, may also be important.

And according to the “Mayo Clinic”, the “Mind” diet can strengthen the brain against the deterioration of Alzheimer’s disease.

The health site suggests that you should eat “at least three servings” of whole grains a day; To reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

Eating certain foods (and avoiding others) has been shown to slow brain aging by 7.5 years and reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

She emphasized that university researchers developed the Minda Diet to emphasize foods that affect brain health.

Symptoms of dementia include some language problems, such as using words incorrectly or difficulty speaking, as well as movement and difficulties with daily activities.

The NHS says: “Dementia symptoms usually worsen over time. In the late stage of dementia people will not be able to take care of themselves and may lose their ability to communicate.”

She pointed out that the early stage of dementia can include forgetting, losing time, and getting lost in familiar places.

Regarding the appropriate time to start preventing dementia with all its consequences, including Alzheimer’s, the agency says that middle age (from the forties to the early sixties) is the appropriate time to start taking steps to reduce the risk of dementia, although it is useful to take steps at any age.

“The brain changes that cause dementia can start years or even decades before symptoms appear. If you live a healthy lifestyle now, you reduce the chances of these changes occurring in the brain,” she says.

November 23, 2021 – 18 Rabi’ al-Akhir 1443

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Researchers have proven that eating certain foods slows down the aging of the brain by 7.5 years

Dementia is a syndrome associated with persistent deterioration in brain function, which has many different causes.

In detail, Express UK reports that there are many different types of dementia, with Alzheimer’s disease being one of the most common.

According to British official statistics, one in 14 people over the age of 65 suffers from dementia, and the condition affects one in six people over the age of 80, according to “Sputnik”.

Studies have shown that it is impossible to change some dementia risk factors, such as age and genes. However, research suggests that other risk factors may also be important, and it may be possible to change them.

According to the NHS, risk factors such as hearing loss, untreated depression, loneliness or social isolation, or sitting for most of the day, may also be important.

And according to the “Mayo Clinic”, the “Mind” diet can strengthen the brain against the deterioration of Alzheimer’s disease.

The health site suggests that you should eat “at least three servings” of whole grains a day; To reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

Eating certain foods (and avoiding others) has been shown to slow brain aging by 7.5 years and reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

She emphasized that university researchers developed the Minda Diet to emphasize foods that affect brain health.

Symptoms of dementia include some language problems, such as using words incorrectly or difficulty speaking, as well as movement and difficulties with daily activities.

The NHS says: “Dementia symptoms usually worsen over time. In the late stage of dementia people will not be able to take care of themselves and may lose their ability to communicate.”

She pointed out that the early stage of dementia can include forgetting, losing time, and getting lost in familiar places.

Regarding the appropriate time to start preventing dementia with all its consequences, including Alzheimer’s, the agency says that middle age (from the forties to the early sixties) is the appropriate time to start taking steps to reduce the risk of dementia, although it is useful to take steps at any age.

“The brain changes that cause dementia can start years or even decades before symptoms appear. If you live a healthy lifestyle now, you reduce the chances of these changes occurring in the brain,” she says.

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