Type 2 Diabetes May Promote Alzheimer’s Disease

People who are obese in middle age are known to be at increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and vascular dementia - the two most common causes of senility. Obesity is largely due to excessive calorie intake coupled with inactivity. Excessive calorie intake often results from the consumption of a diet high in fatty meats and dairy products and also refined carbohydrates but low in...

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