Dietary vitamin E, in particular, might be related to a lower risk of dementia including Alzheimer's - Reuters (article link)

- The 1/3 who reported the highest vitamin E intake from food were 25% less likely to develop dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, over the next decade.
- Food sources of vitamin E include wheat germ, nuts such as almonds and hazelnuts, vegetable oils such as sunflower and safflower oils, and some green vegetables, such as spinach and broccoli.

Higher vitamin E intake tied to lower dementia risk

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Older adults who get plenty of vitamin E in their diets may have a somewhat lower risk of developing dementia than those who consume less of the nutrient, a study published Monday suggests.