Dr Michael Mosley: ‘Improving your gut health’ could reduce your risk of dementia


How can I improve my gut health to reduce my dementia risk?

Dr Mosley explained: “The quickest and easiest way to change the balance of the microbes in your gut is to change your diet.

“And we already have abundant evidence that a Mediterranean-style diet, rich in olive oil, nuts, oily fish, fruit, vegetables and legumes, is not only good for your microbiome but also for your brain.”

When it comes to cutting dementia risk, the doctor’s claim was put into a test in a German study.

Looking at people with a higher risk of developing the brain condition, the research found that following a Mediterranean-style diet proved effective.


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