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ISU study indicates diet may help reduce cognitive decline

Melanie Wong | Dec 11, 202010:41 AM     6

"Here are four of the most significant findings from the study:

1) Cheese, by far, was shown to be the most protective food against age-related cognitive problems, even late into life;

2) The daily consumption of alcohol, particularly red wine, was related to improvements in cognitive function;

3) Weekly consumption of lamb, but not other red meats, was shown to improve long-term cognitive prowess; and

4) Excessive consumption of salt is bad, but only individuals already at risk for Alzheimer’s Disease may need to watch their intake to avoid cognitive problems over time."

ISU study indicates diet may help reduce cognitive decline

The foods we eat may have a direct impact on our cognitive acuity in our later years. This is the key finding of an Iowa State University research study...

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