London: Eating a diet packed with oily fish, eggs, nuts and wholegrains could delay or even prevent Alzheimer`s disease, according to a new research.Writing in the Journal of Alzheimer`s Disease, researchers stated that the foods contain vitamin D3 and omega-3, which can boost the immune system`s ability to clear the toxic and deadly plaques, which destroy the brain of Alzheimer`s sufferers.They have identified genes and signalling networks regulated by the two nutrients that may control inflammation and improve plaque dispersal, the Daily Express reported.Previous studies at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California pinpointed mechanisms involved in helping vitamin D3 clear amyloid-beta, the abnormal protein in the plaque.The new study confirmed the vitamin D3 findings and highlights the role of omega-3 fatty acid DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).
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