Eating a balanced diet
Eating a balanced diet is central to a healthy lifestyle, and like physical activity, it’s an important way to reach and maintain a healthy weight and control blood pressure.
There’s conclusive evidence that dietary supplements alone cannot help reduce dementia risk, so unfortunately, there's no quick win when it comes to diet.
Need a bit of help? The NHS Eatwell Guide is a simple tool that highlights the five food groups and how much of what we eat should come from each one.
"I know there are factors like my genes that I can’t control, but by eating healthily and moving regularly, I feel I am doing everything in my control to minimise my risk of dementia."
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