Study: This common food stops “brain aging”

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This one may surprise you… Most people think this food is BAD for men…

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Study: This common foods stop brain aging

This study shows an enormous increase in health that is easy to implement. It involves dementia – but not what you think of as dementia.

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I’ll start by mentioning that deaths from Alzheimer’s almost doubled between 2000 and 2014.

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Because MOST men are losing it in their brains without a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s.

But now, a long-term study from Japan shows that milk and dairy intake may lower the risk of ANY kind of cognitive decline.

Milk and dairy consumption and risk of dementia in an elderly japanese population: the hisamaya study

These researchers did a human cohort study at the Department of Environmental Medicine, Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan.

The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society published the results.

They wanted to understand the relationship between dairy intake and dementia in elderly Japanese people.

“…to determine the effect of milk and dairy intake on the development of all‐cause dementia and its subtypes in an elderly Japanese population.”

This was a prospective cohort study. It followed a large number of people over a long period of time and tracked their dairy intake.

They enrolled men and women over the age of 60.

The study tracked the participants over 17 years looking at dairy intake and incidence of dementia.

“Participants were 1,081 individuals aged 60 and older without dementia.”

The study used frequent detailed food questionnaires to look at the amount of dairy participants included in their diets.

“Milk and dairy intake was estimated using a 70‐item semi-quantitative food frequency questionnaire grouped into quartiles.”

About 30% of the participants developed some form of dementia over the course of the long study.

“Over 17 years of follow‐up, 303 subjects developed all‐cause dementia: 166 had Alzheimer’s dementia and 98 had vascular dementia.”

Intake of milk and dairy are associated with a lower risk of dementia.

“Incidence of all‐cause dementia, Alzheimer’s dementia, and vascular dementia significantly decreased as milk and dairy intake level increased”

As dairy consumption increased, the rates of Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia decreased.

When scientists calculated all of the other risk factors for different types of dementia, they found that dairy was still significantly associated with a low risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

“After adjusting for potential confounders, the linear relationship between milk and dairy intake and Alzheimer’s disease remained significant.”

In this study, the researchers divided dairy intake into four categories.

Alzheimer’s levels were decreased in all but the lowest category of dairy intake.

“The risk of Alzheimer’s disease was significantly lower in the second, third, and fourth quartiles of milk and dairy intake than in the first quartile.”

The scientists concluded that milk and dairy reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

“Greater milk and dairy intake reduced the risk of dementia, especially Alzheimer’s disease, in the general Japanese population.”

The World Health Organization expects that the number of people living with Alzheimer’s disease will double by the year 2050.

Many factors that seem to play into the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

For example, genetic factors such as APOE4 cannot be controlled (yet).

But lifestyle and dietary factors can alter people’s risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

“Diet is one of the factors that can be modified, and it may have a protective influence against dementia.”

Milk and dairy intake are shown to lower the risk of diseases of the brain and circulatory system.

“Milk and dairy intake has been reported to decrease cerebrovascular risk factors.”

This protective effect of dairy against these diseases led the Japanese scientists to do this study looking into the effect of dairy on dementia.

“Milk and dairy intake has been reported to hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and obesity, which are associated with the development of dementia.”

This was one of the first studies to take an in-depth look at the effect of dairy on dementia risk.

“A limited number of epidemiological studies have assessed the relationship between milk and dairy intake and cognitive impairment or dementia.”

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