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Scientific studies have shown that certain foods raise the risk of heart disease, cancers and stroke and others reduce that risk.
Crucially, we have found that what is good for the heart and kidneys also appears to be beneficial for the brain.
In fact, we have found, even small improvements to your diet will improve your brain function — FAST!
Simply personalise your Alzheimer’s Solution plan by picking out items from the ‘good foods’ list on the next page which you can add to your daily diet — and finding a few old favourites on the ‘not so good foods’ list that you might be prepared to live without.
At the heart of our message is the fact that brain health is influenced by five main lifestyle factors: nutrition, exercise, managing stress, restorative sleep and ‘brain training’.
In Saturday’s paper, we introduced our programme with a comprehensive quiz to help you work out your risk of developing Alzheimer’s and show you how you can reduce that risk.
For the remaining 10 per cent with a strong genetic risk, we believe the disease can be delayed by as much as 15 years.
You can also find omega-3 fats in walnuts, linseeds, chia seeds and hemp seeds, and green leafy vegetables such as kale, Brussels sprouts and spinach.(Though if you are taking prescribed medication, you should continue to take it and follow your GP’s advice.) Simple changes to a person's lifestyle can help reduce a person chance of dementia.