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New Research Suggests Eggs Might Help Prevent Alzheimer’s—As Long As You Eat This Part

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Key Takeaways

  • New data shows a link between eating eggs and a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

  • The researchers attribute the potential brain benefits of eggs to the choline in egg yolks.

While there’s no guaranteed way to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, researchers are continuously investigating whether certain diet types or foods can help stave off your risk.

The latest study in the quest to identify a link between diet and Alzheimer’s prevention is all about eggs. And the results are pretty promising—as long as you eat the yolk.1


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