Low body weight in later life associated with increased Alzheimer?s disease risk
Low body weight in later life associated with increased Alzheimer’s disease risk by John Phillip (NaturalNews) Many lifestyle factors are associated with the development of the memory-robbing form of dementia known as Alzheimer’s disease. Smoking, diet, lack of exercise and poor B-vitamin status all contribute to the sixth most prevalent cause of death each year [...] Read More...
An old friend of mine and I were talking about fitness a few months ago. He was a big guy back in the day, played D2 football, powerlifted, bodybuilded and all that. Anyway we were talking about getting back in shape but not wanting to be huge anymore because all the people who live long lives are skinny people.
I doubt body weight has anything to do with Alzheimer’s disease, but I do know one thing, I don't ever see 300lb 90 year old people walking around.