Food for the brain

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Jan 23, 2009
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How much coffee do you drink and how often do you read? The simple questions that form part of new 20 minute test that assesses chance of developing Alzheimer's
New cognitive function test asks simple questions about lifestyle and diet
Aimed at those aged 50 to 70 and assesses risk of developing Alzheimer's
Online test takes just 15 to 20 minutes and has interactive memory section
Professor David Smith hopes it will provide vital information for the nation

Designed for those aged 50 to 70, it has been developed by Professor David Smith from Oxford University, who is one of the leading figures in Alzheimer's research in Britain, and charity Food For The Brain.
Professor Smith, who has years of experience in cognitive function, said that as well as acting as a screening programme, the test also provides advice and a personalised health plan

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Take the NEW
Cognitive Function Test today
Today Food for the Brain launch the new Cognitive Function Test which enables self-assessment for cognitive function as well as a personalised lifestyle and nutrition plan once you have completed the test. It only takes 15 minutes.
To take the test click here
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