Green mediterranean diet is known popularly for its health benefits in people. The diet is enriched with fruits, vegetables and grains that enriches immune sytem and keeps the body from several chronic diseases, and has known to possess neuroprotective properties.
A Green-MED, high-polyphenol diet rich in Mankai, green tea, and walnuts and low in red/processed meat has been demonstrated in a new study to be possibly neuroprotective for age-related brain atrophy. This study was conducted by Alon Kaplan and team, results of which were published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on 11th January, 2022.
Dietary effects on age-related brain shrinkage are mainly unknown. The researchers set out to investigate the effect of a Mediterranean diet high in polyphenols and low in red/processed meat (Green-MED diet) on age-related brain shrinkage.
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