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Old Today, 06:22 AM
 
Location: Central IL
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Originally Posted by ukiyo-e View Post
Why not go right to the source?

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-...k/art-20342112

"Dubbed the "MIND" diet, short for Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay, this eating pattern goes big on natural plant-based foods while limiting red meat, saturated fat and sweets." So anyone who's claiming you just need to cut carbs is missing a major portion of the recommended dietary limitations and is probably going to go overboard on the saturated fats and red meat.
Oh come on - if it's not extreme how can you brag to everyone about you doing it?!
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Old Today, 09:40 AM
 
Location: McAllen, TX
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I read the whole study - that's why I'm asking where you got anywhere near a diet of 90% cals from carbs.
I misspoke apparently. The 89% was a risk level increase, not the percentage of carbs consumed, my mistake. After thinking about it, it would be impossible to get that percentage from a study like this.

The article does mention this.
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Our most well-respected medical literature reveals powerful relationships between various lifestyle choices and risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers from the Mayo Clinic, for example, revealed that deriving most of dietary calories from carbohydrates was associated with an 89% increased risk for either mild cognitive impairment, or full-blown dementia. In their study, those consuming the highest levels of fat actually demonstrated a 44% reduction in risk.
There was also this link to this article which I didn't even look at before.
Glucose Levels and Risk of Dementia

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