Research Roundup

May 2003 Issue

Can Diet Benefit Brain?

The type of fat you eat may affect your risk of Alzheimer’s disease, suggests results from the Chicago Health and Aging Project. In a study of 815 older adults who were initially Alzheimer’s-free, those who ate the most saturated fat were more than twice as likely to develop the disease over four years as those who ate the least.

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