Alzheimer’s Disease Risk Higher with Western Diet, Study Says

Alzheimer’s Disease Risk Higher with Western Diet, Study Says
The rate of Alzheimer's disease (AD) is increasing worldwide with the most significant risk factors appearing to be associated with diet, particularly the consumption of sweets, meat, and high-fat dairy products common in the Western diet, according to a new study report. For example, during Japan's transition from the Japanese diet to the Western diet Alzheimer's rates increased from 1 percent in 1985 to 7 percent in 2008. The risk factors, identified by study evidence, also linked eating vegetables, legumes, fruits, grains,
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