Even in mid-life it’s not too late to change your diet to lessen dementia risk, this guide to healthy eating concentrates on the food that are thought to provide some protection against dementia. You’ll find a good range of recipes too, with the nutritional advice you’ll need to balance your diet.
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Dementia affects nearly 36 million people worldwide, with 7.7 million new cases every year, and it has a dramatic impact on sufferers and their families. There is evidence, however, that a healthy lifestyle, especially in mid-life, can help to reduce the risk of developing dementia. In this much-needed book, Margaret Rayman and her team of nutritional experts lay down some clear and effective guidelines to show you how to adapt your diet and lifestyle to help protect you against this disease - and with clear guidance and 100 delicious recipes, this book makes it easy.
|Publication date:||15th January 2015|
|Author:||Margaret Rayman, Katie Sharpe, Vanessa Ridland|
|Primary Genre||Health & Fitness|
Margaret Rayman is a Professor of Nutritional Medicine at the University of Surrey and regularly gives lectures and speeches across England. Katie Sharpe, Vanessa Ridland and Patsy Westcott are all postgraduate students who developed the concept of this book as part of their final dissertation.More About Margaret Rayman, Katie Sharpe, Vanessa Ridland