Sugar and carbs quadruple risk of cognitive impairment in aging adults

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    Arrow Sugar and carbs quadruple risk of cognitive impairment in aging adults

    by John Phillip (NaturalNews) The fear of losing the ability to think, remember and reason strikes fear in the minds of millions of aging adults around the world. Cognitive impairment leads to a decline in quality of life and is often the first sign of the most insidious form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers have [...]

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    Interesting, thx for the post.

    More fuel for the fire, for anyone who hasn't seen it:

    The lecture is 90 mins but well worth watching and it stays interesting all the way through, particularly for anyone with a general science background. All of this is a bummer since I LOVE my beer and doughnuts... pardon me while I go cry in a corner.

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