- Excessive sugar consumption is toxic to your brain and is a powerful driver of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological dysfunction.
- Research shows Alzheimer’s can be effectively prevented by lowering sugar exposure, increasing exercise and improving the quality of your sleep.
- Use of statin medication is associated with a 41 percent higher risk of Type 2 diabetes in men and a 71 percent higher risk for women.
- Type 2 diabetes raises your risk of Alzheimer’s three- to fourfold. Fasting has been shown to rapidly and effectively reverse diabetes, thereby also lowering your dementia risk.
- There’s a direct relationship between elevations of blood sugar and risk for developing dementia. Sugar and other carbohydrates disrupt your brain function even if you have no symptoms of diabetes.
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