Abuse of sweet provokes Alzheimer’s disease

Excessive consumption of sweets can provoke the development of human Alzheimer’s disease. The relevant conclusions of the study were made by British scientists from the University of Bath and Centre for age-related diseases, informs the Planet Today, writes “Orthodox”.

Scientific studies have proven that sugar has the effects, can cause neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, at the molecular level. The authors noted that a significant content of glucose in the blood leads to damage to the important roles of enzymes that suppress inflammation in the brain in the early stages of their development. Scientists recommend older people who are at risk, to abandon the consumption of sweets to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Advice relevant to more young people who abuse sugar and thus exposing the brain of the danger.

The conclusions of the specialists was made on the basis of extensive research involving many volunteers.