The most dangerous food for the brain

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The results of several scientific studies have shown a direct relationship between Alzheimer’s disease and diet. Therefore, to reduce the risk of dementia, certain food items must be excluded from the daily diet.

And focus.de points out, that foods that have undergone numerous treatments must first be excluded from the daily diet. Especially pastries, sweets and soft drinks. Because it may cause inflammation in the brain, and damage to nerve cells. British University of Bath scientists have proven a relationship between clogged arteries and eating foods high in sugar.

Scientists from the University of South Australia believe that spicy foods and spices are also dangerous, because they contain capsaicin, which negatively affects memory and mental activity.

The results of a scientific study conducted by scientists from the National University of Australia indicate that fried foods and fast foods are among the foods that pose a danger to the brain, because they contain a high percentage of trans fats, which cause a decrease in brain activity.

The results of another study by scientists from China, published in the journal Current Alzheimer’s research, suggest that canned foods, salt and saturated fatty acids, which are abundant in sausage, processed meat products and cheese, are very dangerous for the brain. These foods are responsible for inflammation in the brain and can damage blood vessels.

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