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Healthy Aging and Mediterranean Diet!
Mediterranean DietOne of the most unsettling realities associated with growing older is the loss of mental sharpness. Its bad enough that you have to wear reading glasses, but constantly forgetting where you left them is even worse.

With age, everyone has occasional lapses in memory. Its not uncommon to misplace your glasses and car keys, or to forget the names of people you rarely see.

Forgetting the names of family members and familiar objects, on the other hand, isnt a normal part of aging. In some cases, increasing forgetfulness may be an indication of Alzheimers disease, a debilitating condition that can rob people of the ability to remember, reason and learn.

Alzheimers disease doesnt occur overnight. It is typically preceded by mild cognitive impairment a stage between normal age-related changes and dementia that is marked by minor memory loss and bouts of confusion.

While prescription drugs are available to treat the symptoms of Alzheimers, these medications dont address the underlying causes of the disease. The good news is that by making a few changes in your diet, you may be able to delay or even prevent the onset of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimers disease.

The results of a recent study published in Archives of Neurology suggest that following the Mediterranean diet can significantly reduce the risk of cognitive impairment. The Mediterranean diet includes high intakes of fish, vegetables and unsaturated fatty acids, along with moderate alcohol consumption and low intakes of dairy products, meat and saturated fats.
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