Mushroom Consumption Associated With Small Decrease in Risk of Developing Mild Cognitive Impairment (BBC News / JAD)


Eating mushrooms more than twice a week appears to be associated with a lower risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI).

“Our cross-sectional data support the potential role of mushrooms and their bioactive compounds in delaying neurodegeneration”.

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Mushrooms may ‘reduce the risk of mild brain decline’. London: BBC Health News, March 14th 2019.

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Feng, L. Cheah, IK. [and] Ng, MM. [et al] (2019). The Association between mushroom consumption and mild cognitive impairment: a community-based cross-sectional study in Singapore. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. March 12th 2019. Vol.68(1), pp.197-203.

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