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Delay in Word Processing May Indicate Alzheimer's: 4 Diet Tips to Decrease Your Risk


Delay in Word Processing May Indicate Alzheimer's: 4 Diet Tips to Decrease Your Risk
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Your diet also play a crucial role in increasing or decreasing the risk of several diseases. Food can have a significant impact on your mental health and brain functions too. Here are five diet tips to keep in mind to reduce your risk of Alzheimer's disease. 1. Eat more food rich in Omega-3 fatty acids like flaxseeds, walnuts and fatty fish. They are known to be good for your brain and its functions. They also help in countering inflammation. 2. Berries are considered to be great brain superfoods. Researchers have found that blueberries help protect the brain from oxidative stress and may reduce the effects of Alzheimer's or dementia.3. Foods like red peppers, oranges, broccoli and strawberry are packed with Vitamin C and are known to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's.4. Add more green leafy vegetables to your daily diet.

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