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(Less) Dementia Mortality Tied to (More) Olive Oil Consumption


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Higher olive oil intake was associated with a lower risk of dementia-related death in a large longitudinal study.


The relationship remained significant after adjusting for overall diet quality.

The association was significant for women, but not men.


Higher olive oil intake was associated with a lower risk of dementia-related mortality, a prospective study of 90,000 healthcare professionals showed.


Eating at least 7 g of olive oil daily -- about a half tablespoon -- was tied to an adjusted 28% lower risk of dementia-related death


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