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Dementia warning: The everyday food items that raise your risk of Alzheimer's disease

The link to Alzheimer’s is not coincidental.

As Dr Lee reported, a meta-analysis of 28 studies in the Journal of Diabetes Investigation, reported a 56 percent increase in Alzheimer’s Disease, and 127 percent increase in vascular dementia in diabetes patients (most with type-2 diabetes) compared to patients without diabetes.

In fact, an earlier study strengthens the association between stabilising blood sugar levels and reducing risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

The study, published in the Archives of Neurology, found that diets low in saturated fat and rich in carbohydrates that steady blood sugar and insulin can beneficially change levels of substances associated with the development of Alzheimer’s disease.


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