GENEVA, Switzerland (WPVI) -- The World Health Organization has released new guidelines to help people lower their risk for dementia.
It recommends staying active, not smoking, drinking less alcohol and eating a balanced, healthy diet.
In particular, the guidelines say a Mediterranean diet can help. The diet involves eating a lot of fresh vegetables, lean protein and healthy fats, such as olive oil.
The group also warns against taking supplements such as Vitamin B and E as a way to fight dementia.
They suggest to eat the healthy foods instead.
WHO: Guidelines for lowering your risk of dementia