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Mediterranean diet may lower dementia risk by a quarter, study suggests

Data from more than 60,000 Britons suggests plant-rich diet may help regardless of person’s genetic risk

A Mediterranean diet of nuts, seafood, whole grains and vegetables could lower the risk of dementia by almost a quarter, according to promising early research that could pave the way for new preventive treatments.

The data suggests eating lots of plant-based foods may have a “protective effect” against dementia, regardless of a person’s genetic risk, which the researchers said could form the basis for future public health strategies if further research confirms their findings.

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