Dublin Brain Bank 2015
Dr. Antonina Starodopova, chief nutritionist at the Moscow Ministry of Health, announced that the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease increases with excessive consumption of sugar and trans fats.
“Excessive intake of sugar and trans fats leads to an increase in chronic inflammation in the body, which increases the risk of developing age-related memory loss and intellectual deficits. In contrast, limiting the consumption of sugar and trans fats reduces the These risks. “
The expert points out that eating a healthy diet is of great importance for mental health. Therefore, she recommends eating fresh fruits, fruits, nuts and fatty fish, to prevent the deterioration of cognitive functions.