DrAnd according to a new study conducted in Australia, foods rich in magnesium, such as spinach or dried fruits, help improve brain health, thus reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Conclusions reinforce, again, the impact of food on health.
This study is available at European Journal of Nutritiona scientific journal, where six thousand individuals were analyzed in the United Kingdom, between the ages of 40 and 73 years.
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Thanks to this information, the researchers concluded that the analyzed individuals who consumed more than 550 milligrams of magnesium per day had a brain age about one year younger when they reached the age of 55, compared to someone taking a normal amount of magnesium. milligram.
“Our study shows that increasing magnesium intake by 41% can lead to less age-related brain shrinkage, which is associated with better cognitive function and a reduced risk or delay of onset of dementia later in life,” explains Khawla Al-Ateeq, the study leader, in a statement.
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