When it comes to warding off diseases, there’s really nothing that can set you up for success quite like making adjustments to your diet. And when it comes to reducing your risk of Alzheimer’s, disease, tweaking your diet had been found to reduce risk by up to 53%. But that doesn’t mean you have to completely overhaul how you eat — slight adjustment is really all it takes. With help from Mayo Clinic and a few other resources, we take a look at 15 small changes you can make to your diet that could reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s. (You’ll be pleasantly surprised by the tip on page 15.)

1. Eat at least three servings of whole grains a day

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Mayo Clinic tells us that the MIND diet, short for Mediterranean-DASH
Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay, takes inspiration from both the Mediterranean and DASH diets and applies components that have been found to prevent dementia. This includes eating lots of whole grains like brown rice, oatmeal, whole-wheat bread and pasta, and even popcorn.

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