Unusually it [Healthy Eating to Reduce the Risk of Dementia] is put together by an actual expert […] In her book, Rayman has done her best to separate scientific fact from wishful thinking: the mays from the wills’
– The Times
Professor Rayman and her team of experts review the evidence and give advice on diet and specific nutrients that can boost our brains and our bodies, together with lots of recipes (I tried several and they are delicious).
– Sarah Stacey You Magazine
Dementia affects nearly 47 million people worldwide, with 7.7 million new cases every year, and it has a dramatic and devastating impact on sufferers and their families.
There is evidence, however, that a healthy lifestyle, especially in mid-life, can help to reduce the risk of developing dementia. In this much-needed book, Margaret Rayman and her team of nutritional experts lay down some clear and effective guidelines, based on original research, to show you how to adapt your diet and lifestyle to help protect you against this disease – and with clear guidance and 100 delicious recipes, this book makes it easy.