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Today@UCI: Press Releases:: "Folates more effective in limiting Alzheimer's disease risk than antioxidants, other nutrients
Major observational study points to importance of healthy diet for long-term brain health
Irvine, Calif., August 12, 2005
Adults who eat the daily recommended allowance of folates B-vitamin nutrients found in oranges, legumes, leafy green vegetables and folic acid supplements significantly reduce their risk of developing Alzheimers disease, according to results from a long-term National Institute on Aging study of diet and brain aging."