Rudy Tanzi, Ph.D director of the Alzheimer’s Genome Project and a leading researcher in the field at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School states that eating fruits and vegetables through diet, exercising, sleeping and stress reduction helps in the prevention of Alzheimer's.
Q: Aside from choosing the right parents, what can somebody do to prevent Alzheimer’s – or try to help prevent Alzheimer’s?
A: The four big categories are diet, exercise, sleep and stress reduction. I wrote about this in detail in my last book, “Super Genes” – six chapters, more than you wanted to know about how to adapt your diet to minimize inflammation and plaques. Meaning Mediterranean diet, probiotics – take care of your gut bacteria. Source: Top Alzheimer's researcher explains how you can help protect your brain
Is there research evidence to back up the above claim that people will be in less risk to be affected by Alzheimer's if they perform those four activities?