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Dementia diet: Prevent memory loss by eating a mediterranean diet

Dementia diets can hep people avoid the condition in later life Dementia causes memory loss and an impairment of cognitive function which may be prevented by eating the Mediterranean diet A healthy lifestyle and exercise is, however, still recommended to help prevent dementia Dementia may be prevented by eating a mediterranean diet. That’s according to several health websites and a ...

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Dementia: You could halt memory loss by eating this food

Dementia cannot be completely prevented, but some actions could reduce the risk. Eating fish as part of a balanced diet, is “likely” to prevent the mental decline associated with the condition, a charity fighting dementia has claimed. The Alzheimer’s Society wrote online: “From the available evidence, it’s likely that eating fish could reduce your risk of age-related cognitive decline and ...

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Is Stress Causing Hair Loss?

Everyone experiences intermittent stress in life. Professional and personal demands, illnesses and trauma can wreak havoc on your mental health. Sometimes that stress can trigger your body to react in ways that can be frustrating and embarrassing. These include issues like brittle nails, acne breakouts and hair loss. What gives?

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Sugar loss during baking means calorie counts could be off

When you’re on a diet, counting calories usually means paying close attention to labels. But you might be surprised to learn that labels often provide the nutritional information of the recipe – not the final product. What goes in and what comes out during food processing aren’t necessarily the same. To better understand the changes that occur during baking, researchers ...

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Pancreatic cancer: Weight loss and combating diabetes can reduce your risk

Pancreatic cancer symptoms may only appear when the condition is already advanced, making the condition harder to treat. Currently, this cancer is the UK’s fifth biggest cancer killer, for which survival rates have not improved since 1970. According to the Office for National Statistics, less than seven per cent of people diagnosed with the condition are expected to live for ...

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