Peer-influenced content. Sources you trust. No registration required. This is HCN.

Psychiatrist.comSugary Foods May Be Driving Alzheimer’s, Study Suggests

These researchers explain that long-term high fructose intake sustains our primal foraging response, which causes the brain to constantly seek high fat, sugary, and salty foods. When constantly fed, this response can ultimately lead to neural inflammation, creating the conditions that lead to Alzheimer’s.

The Healthcare Communications Network is owned and operated by IQVIA Inc.

Click below to leave this site and continue to IQVIA’s Privacy Choices form