Drinking milk often helps prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common disease in cognitive diseases. It is characterized by more and more forgetfulness and memory. It is currently considered that 1 out of 10 elderly people over the age of 65 suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. The increase of age is the biggest disease factor. With the continuous increase of the elderly, it is not difficult to see the increase of patients in the future.

The Meiji and Jiuyama Institute of Living and Habitats, the representative of the Board of Directors of the Kyushu University School of Medicine, and the graduate school of the Kyushu University School of Medicine, conducted a survey of 1081 people over 60 years old who did not have cognitive problems in Hisayama, and will be tested according to the amount of milk and dairy products. The group was divided into 4 groups and a 17-year follow-up survey was conducted. The results showed that the highest risk of Alzheimer’s disease was significantly lower in the group than the least ingested milk and dairy products.

In addition, for a 7-year follow-up survey of 1029 elderly people who lived in Kyuyama-cho, who are not only cognitively ill, and who can take care of themselves in their daily lives, the more they consume milk and dairy products, the more they read and write. The lower the probability of a decrease in knowledge.

In this study, the research team showed that milk and dairy products have the ability to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and prevent cognitive decline, and the risk of cognitive disease is also reduced. In addition, a study conducted by the agency in 2008 found that the intake of milk and dairy products can also prevent obesity syndrome and stroke, especially for the prevention of cerebral hemorrhage.