Waterford research underlines key role of diet in cognition and Alzheimer’s disease

A two-year review by a team from the Nutrition Research Centre Ireland (NRCI) in the School of Health Science at Waterford Institute of Technology, part-funded by the Howard Foundation and the European Research Council, has published a report in the 10th Annual Review of Food Science and Technology. The review focuses on the part played by nutrition in cognition and Alzheimer’s disease which is the most common form of dementia. The report is available here.

More on this review can be found on the WIT website available here and on the Breaking News website available here.

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