Nutritional and Dietary Factors Likely to Influence Future Risk of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia (Lancet Neurology / BBC News / BNF)

Summary

A Lancet Neurology review covers what is currently known about the various associations between diet and nutrition and the risk of developing cognitive decline or dementia. Unfortunately, access to the full-text will not be available freely for most readers, but at least the references cited by the authors are shown.

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Reference

Scarmeas, N. Anastasiou, CA. [and] Yannakoulia, M. (2018). Nutrition and prevention of cognitive impairment. The Lancet Neurology. September 20th 2018. [Epub ahead of print].

Quality Calories?

Perhaps of general background interest, regarding the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF)’s Quality Calorie (QC) concept:

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Reference

Roberts, M. (2018). Making sure you get the right type of calorie. London: BBC Health News, September 19th 2018.

Tinned Foods: Not So Healthy?

Possibly of background interest:

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Reference

Roberts, M. (2019). Tinned food – healthy enough? London: BBC Health News, January 30th 2019.

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