Mediterranean Diet Guard Against Dementia

Keeping the body mass index in the normal range throughout life, especially in the aging process, and converting the healthy diet into a lifestyle is of great importance in reducing the risk of dementia said Dr. Eser Buluş Neurology Specialist from Medical Park Gaziosmanpaşa Hospital.

“Individuals who want to protect dementia, especially elderly people, should increase their vitamin intake, especially omega-3 fatty acids, polyphenol-containing foods (tea, fruit juice) and antioxidant vitamins (E-C vitamins) in their daily diets. The implementation of the Mediterranean diet is also important in helping to protect dementia, as well as diminishing dementia symptoms and slowing the progression of the disease. Aluminum is thought to trigger Alzheimer’s. For this reason, you should avoid pots, saucepans and aluminum foil. Do not use baking powders containing aluminum.”

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