Author response: Dietary patterns during adulthood and cognitive performance in midlife: The CARDIA study

The authors thank Muñoz-Garcia et al. for their comments.1 Our study builds on earlier work showing that improvement of the diet quality score over 20 years was associated with better performance in cognitive function tests at mean age 50 years.2 We agree that examining the influence of diet on cognitive decline during aging in this cohort will help determine whether dietary interventions modify the risk of cognitive impairment, and we plan to pursue this in future work.

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