Could the Mediterranean diet affect dementia?

Dementia is becoming the leading cause of death and disability worldwide, with a new case diagnosed every four seconds. It’s a disease that is breaking families and draining resources, with no medical treatments that can prevent, delay or modify its destructive course. Sue Radd has conducted extensive research to determine if what you put on your plate can affect memory, and whether the Mediterranean diet may hold a key to better brain health.

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Sue Radd is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and one of Australia's leading nutritionists. Along with being an internationally published author and wellness speaker, Sue is also a leading researcher at the University of Sydney investigating the effects of the traditional Mediterranean diet on thinking and memory problems.

6:30PM @PS40, 2/40 King St, Sydney NSW 2000 | Entrance over 18

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Also speaking at PS40 at 8:00pm is Naseem Ahmadapour

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