Dietary Changes Appear To Affect Levels Of Biomarkers Associated With Alzheimer's Disease

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Following a low-saturated fat and low-glycemic index diet appears to modulate the risk of developing dementia that proceeds to Alzheimer's disease (AD), although making a switch to this dietary pattern may not protect those already experiencing cognitive difficulty, according to a report in the June issue of Archives of Neurology, one of theJAMA/Archives journals. Previous research has suggested multiple links between diet and cognitive ability, the authors note as background information...

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