Alzheimer’s Risk Reduced with Healthy Diet, Exercise and Socializing, Study Shows

Alzheimer’s Risk Reduced with Healthy Diet, Exercise and Socializing, Study Shows
shutterstock_240339163A team of researchers from Scandinavia conducted a study, titled, "The Finnish Geriatric Intervention Study to Prevent Cognitive Impairment and Disability (FINGER): Study design and progress," now published in Alzheimer's & Dementia - the journal of the Alzheimer's Association. It evidenced physical activity, cognitive training, nutritional guidance, socializing and other factors seem to improve overall cognitive performance in seniors that are at risk for developing cognitive impairment, such as in Alzheimer's disease. The scientific paper's results support the mission the Living Well Residence in Bristol, Vermont has held since its foundation, 10 years ago. Dee Deluca, the Executive Director of Living Well, applauded this research project. “This is something that we, at Living Well, have known and been practicing for 10 years,” explained Dee
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