The new study shows that coffee and tea cuts the risk of Dementia. Consuming a cup of tea, a cup of coffee, anti-inflammatory fruits, vegetables, legumes, etc. in the morning reduces the risk of.
While there is no cure for Dementia, the Alzheimer’s Society said delaying the onset of the disease by just five years could halve the number of -related deaths. Research has revealed unhealthy diet and lifestyle choices could put you at greater risk of, so it could be time for you to start eating a Dementia-friendly diet. This diet combines two applauded approaches: the Mediterranean diet and the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet.
According to the MIND diet, you should eat whole grains three times a day. The MIND diet also advocates eating plenty of vegetables, lean meat and fish, and olive oil. In addition to their place in a Dementia-friendly diet, whole grains are also linked to a lower risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and obesity.