Can What You Eat Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease? This Diet May Help
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To help minimize your risk of Alzheimer’s disease, stick with the Dr. Weil-recommended Anti-Inflammatory Diet. It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants – both of which can help address inflammation, which experts now consider a primary contributor to many diseases, including Alzheimer’s. You can get started by eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as omega-3 rich foods such as walnuts, wild Alaskan salmon, and freshly ground flaxseed.
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