The Link between Alzheimer's and Sugar


Alzheimer's disease affects many, every 65 seconds someone in the United States develops it.  A recent study was published by the journal Diabetologia that involved 5,189 participants over 10 years and the results showed that people with higher levels of blood sugar had more accelerated cognitive decline. Several other studies have been done and the results all show: the higher the level of sugar intake the higher the risk for cognitive decline. 


In Dr. Oz's latest episode, brain health researcher Mark Lugavere and NYU professor and researcher Melissa Schilling explain this link between sugar and Alzheimer's. They also go into what foods we should trade off to prevent high sugar intake.  We have to lower consumption of high-glycemic foods like white rice and potatoes and switch them up for better options like brown rice and sweet potatoes. 


What we eat and how we live has a big impact on our lives and future. Although there are many other factors that influence this disease, food is one that we can control. 

Read more on this article by The Atlantic

 

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