Certain combinations were correlated with various cognitive functions. The study also revealed a negative correlation between trans fats and brain health. If you needed any more reasons to cut down on processed food and increase the veggies and legumes, you’ve come to the right place.
Bowman says he’s thrilled to be sharing results of the study, especially since they suggest relatively easy dietary changes as opposed to a new drug with potentially risky side affects. And, he points outs, with an aging population, the potential public health implications for using diet to delay or prevent Alzheimer’s and keep brains healthy are huge.
What questions do you have for the lead researcher of the study, Gene Bowman?