This is the latest study to find a link between the Mediterranean diet and good health.
Scientists studied people from the age of 25 for 30 years to understand how diet affects brain health.
The women who took part in the study followed a Mediterranean-style diet, by eating more nuts, extra virgin olive oil, fish, white meat and pulses; while cutting their levels of red meat, butter, margarine, and cream.
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The researchers analyzed the diets of more than 5,700 people.
Meanwhile, western diets have not shown to have any protective benefits.
The DASH diet reads less like a fad diet than like a healthy eating plan.
Scientists have identified the ingredient in the Mediterranean diet that protects the brain from cognitive decline.
Previous research has connected a Mediterranean diet to a reduced risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.