Unhealthy gut leading to Alzheimer’s, say expertsNeurologists in Hyderabad are recommending diet changes to their patients to prevent Alzheimer's disease, as studies have shown a correlation between gut health and the condition. They suggest going back to a basic diet that the body perceives as familiar, as newer foods can cause inflammation and lower cognitive health. The increase in consumption of non-native and brain-unfriendly foods, such as fried items and alcohol, has led to a rise in Alzheimer's cases. Inflammatory conditions like diabetes, hypertension, and obesity have also contributed to the increase. A healthy balanced diet and lifelong learning are recommended to reduce the risk of decline in brain function.