Meat, fish and milk ‘protect against memory loss’
Fish, meat and milk key to avoiding memory loss
Eating a diet rich in fish, meat and milk protects against memory loss, according to a new study.
Scientists have discovered that akey vitaminfound in the foods helps tostop our brain from shrinking, which in turn can causememory problems.
Thevitamin, B12, is found inmeat, fish, fortified cerealsandmilkand is a vital vitamin forforming red blood cellswhich maintain a healthy nervous system.
The study, conducted at Oxford University, found that volunteers who had lower levels of the vitamin in their blood were six times more likely to experiencebrain shrinkagethan those with higher levels.
Rebecca Wood, chief executive of the Alzheimer’s Research Trust spoke to the Telegraph saying: ‘This study suggests that consuming morevitamin B12through eatingmeat, fish, fortified cerealsormilkas part of a balanced diet might help protect the brain. Liver and shellfish are particularly rich sources of B12.
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