A Mediterranean-style diet, rich in fish, poultry, vegetables and fruit, with minimal dairy foods and meat, may be good for the brain, a large new study suggests.
The lead author, Dr. Georgios Tsivgoulis, an assistant professor of neurology at the University of Athens, said this is the largest study of its kind. The Mediterranean diet, he added "has many benefits–cardiovascular ,cancer risk, anti-inflammatory, central nervous system. We’re on the tip of the iceberg, and trying to understand what is below."
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