Best way to cut dementia is a healthier diet
In a letter to the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, experts said influencing individuals to consume new foods grown from the ground, nuts, fish and olive oil was "conceivably the best method at present accessible to fight dementia".
Signatories to the letter incorporated Professor Clare Gerada, previous seat of the Royal College of Gps, and Professor David Haslam, seat of the National Obesity Forum.
A gathering of specialists and health experts said in front of the G8 summit on dementia in London without much fanfare that the fight against dementia ought to be refocused to the banquet of a Mediterranean diet and far from pills that are dubious.
They said a healthier eating methodology could have a far more amazing effect in the battle to lessen expanding rates of the sickness than the "doubtful profit of generally medications".
Heading specialists and masters have urged that the fight against dementia needs more attention and a new start in which diet is focused at instead of pills.
In a letter to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, they said influencing individuals to consume crisp products of the soil, nuts, fish and olive oil was "conceivably the best procedure as of now accessible" however cautioned it was being all in all disregarded on account of the "low consciousness and notoriety given to eating methodology by numerous in the profession.
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