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5 lifestyle changes that can help prevent dementia

Mediterranean food can help prevent dementia Image: Unsplash/ Travis Yewell

Ashleigh Elizabeth Smith

Senior Lecturer - Exercise Physiology, University of South Australia

Alexandra Wade

Research associate, University of South Australia

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Diets high in plant foods, like the Mediterranean diet, have been shown to improve blood pressure. Image: UNSPLASH/Iñigo De la Maza

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