Mediterranean diet good for brains

by Flevia Olive Health Adviser
Another part of the study concerns thrombosis in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF), a heart rhythm disorder. This is a notorious complication the formation of blood clots in the heart that enter through the bloodstream in the brains and cause a stroke.

Previous research shows that only 60 percent of patients with a high risk of this complication given blood thinners. On the other hand swallow patients with low-risk
coagulation inhibitors, which in turn gives them an unnecessarily increased risk of bleeding.

The researchers hope that doctors will better handle the guidelines so that fewer AF patients will have a stroke. The coming years For the study, they want the world to follow 50,000 patients treated at centers in 34 countries in the coming years - in North and South America, Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, South Africa and Australia.
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Mediterranean diet good for brains
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A Mediterranean diet leads to better cognitive function, less cognitive decline and a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease.

According to a survey done by a research team from the University of Exeter Medical School. writes about it.
A Mediterranean diet includes plenty of olive oil, vegetables, fruit and fish, and less meat and dairy.
"Mediterranean food is very tasty and nutritious and our study shows that aging brains to go," said researcher

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