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14 Oct 2011 - Nutraingredients - New review backs nutrient modification for Alzheimer's prevention

Nathan Gray

A diet with an appropriate ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, rich in healthy oils and antioxidants, but low in cholesterol-containing foods, may be a beneficial component in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease, according to a new review.

Read the full news item on the Nutraingredients website here:

Nutraingredients - New review backs nutrient modification for Alzheimer's prevention

View the abstract in PubMed via the FAB website here:

Corsinovi et al 2011 - Dietary lipids and and their oxidised products in Alzheimer's disease