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Fats & Heart Disease

Alzheimer's Diet: Will Limiting Red Meat Help Stave Off Alzheimer's?

A Western-style diet, which tends to be high in meat, is linked with increased risk of dementia.

January 2017 — You've heard time and again that it's not wise to eat too much red meat, especially if processed, since higher intakes are linked with increased risks of obesity, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and several cancers. A growing number of studies suggest dietary patterns high in meat may promote cognitive decline, too.

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