London: There is no evidence that a Mediterranean diet which involve eating plenty of fruit, vegetables and oily fish boosts memory or concentration in old age, say French scientists.It has been shown that the diet can prevent heart disease and cancer as well as increase life expectancy.A number of recent studies have also suggested that Mediterranean diet may be beneficial for the brain and could stave off Alzheimer`s.Some scientists believe that because the diet is low in saturated fat, it prevents the blood vessels that supply the brain becoming blocked.
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