Nutritional factors, cognitive decline, and dementia

  title={Nutritional factors, cognitive decline, and dementia},
  author={Angelo Del Parigi and Francesco Panza and Cristiano Capurso and Vincenzo Solfrizzi},
  journal={Brain Research Bulletin},
Nutritional factors and nutritional deficiencies have been repeatedly associated with cognitive impairment. Most of the evidence is based on cross-sectional studies, which cannot prove whether a nutritional deficit is the cause or the consequence of an impaired cognitive status. In fact, cognitive impairment, in turn, can determine changes in dietary habits and consequent nutritional deficiencies. We reviewed clinical and epidemiological studies from January 1983 to June 2004. Several cross… CONTINUE READING


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