Dementia is linked not to diet, but to lifestyle, two decades of research have shown.
According to a report published in the Journal of Neurology, 28,000 people were tested for twenty years of research related to this disease, in the research, special attention was paid to the fact that the participants in the experiment were born between 1923 and 1950 or Their age should be around 58.
And they did not face any kind of health problems like diabetes, blood pressure etc. If any of the participants had health problems at any age, they were excluded from the study.
At the end of the study, only 2,000 participants (6.9 percent) were diagnosed with dementia, while the rest were not diagnosed with dementia.
No health problems of any kind, such as diabetes, blood pressure, etc., suggest that dementia is not directly related to diet.
Researchers from the University of Basel say that diet may not be directly related to the development of dementia, but it may be one of several factors, such as tobacco or alcohol consumption, consumption of an unhealthy diet, in addition to Various lifestyle and habits can influence the development of dementia.
The researchers didn’t call the research conclusive, but said it’s possible there was a link the study didn’t identify, for example, some studies showed participants didn’t have diabetes. But high consumption of carbohydrates or sugar over a long period of time can affect research studies.