Summary: Rush University Medical Center researchers report the MIND diet can help substantially slow cognitive decline in stroke survivors. Source:...
A diet that helps lower the risks of Alzheimer's disease by as much as 53 percent has been ranked the easiest to follow and second best overall diet for 2016.
Researchers believe their new study will provide a mechanistic understanding of how our microbiome and diets can impact the development of Alzheimer's disease. The study will aim to provide evidence of possible diet induced effects on gut bacteria, which could influence age associated cognitive decline.
Plant-based diets, such as the DASH diet and MIND diet, can reduce the risk of heart failure and ultimately decrease the risk of cognitive decline and dementia.
Close adherence to the MIND and Mediterranean diets delayed the onset of Parkinson's disease by up to 17.4 years in women, and 8.4 years in men.
A new study reports the MIND diet can help reduce risks for developing Alzheimer's disease and may also slow brain aging by almost eight years.