Prospective Associations between Single Foods, Alzheimer’s Dementia and Memory Decline in the Elderly

@inproceedings{Fischer2018ProspectiveAB,
  title={Prospective Associations between Single Foods, Alzheimer’s Dementia and Memory Decline in the Elderly},
  author={Karina Fischer and Debora Melo van Lent and Steffen Wolfsgruber and Leonie Weinhold and Luca Kleineidam and Horst Bickel and Martin Scherer and Marion Eisele and Hendrik van den Bussche and Birgitt Wiese and H H K{\"o}nig and Siegfried Weyerer and Michael Pentzek and Susanne Roehr and Wolfgang Maier and Frank Jessen and Matthias Schmid and Steffi G Riedel-Heller and Michael Wagner},
  booktitle={Nutrients},
  year={2018}
}
Background: Evidence whether single “cognitive health” foods could prevent cognitive decline is limited. We investigated whether dietary intake of red wine, white wine, coffee, green tea, olive oil, fresh fish, fruits and vegetables, red meat and sausages, assessed by a single-food-questionnaire, would be associated with either incident Alzheimer’s dementia (AD) or verbal memory decline. Methods: Participants aged 75+ of the German Study on Aging, Cognition and Dementia in Primary Care Patients… CONTINUE READING
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