Preventing Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is a critical part of our mission. We support research into drugs and review the evidence on the impact of non-drug interventions such as lifestyle choices, diet, supplements, and modifying risk factors. Studies have shown that maintaining a high level of fitness, eating a healthy diet, sleeping well, socializing, and learning new things can all help maintain our brain health and lower dementia risk.
We detail these and other important brain health steps on our website, CognitiveVitality.org. The site also features:
- Unbiased, science-backed ratings of food and drinks, supplements, vitamins, and drugs that may benefit the brain and help prevent dementia
- A blog with in-depth articles on potential risks, lifestyle factors, and emerging science relevant to prevention and brain health.