Dementia: Eating a high-fat, high-sugar diet could induce memory loss ‘in days’

“But outside of these and acute situations, the factual evidence for glucose actually runs contrary.

“It is usually people with chronically high blood glucose, especially once the glucose is high enough to be technically in the diabetic range, that have accelerated brain atrophy, especially in the memory centres.”

This is the primary reason diabetics are at a significantly higher risk of developing dementia.

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