Listen: Cognitive Dysfunction, Byan And Australian National University discussed on Phil Valentine
"Yeah. Scientists say that fast food could cause dementia and the damage. They say is irreversible Dun, Dun, Dun, Dun, Dun. This is from the sun in the UK experts say that unhealthy eating habits and lack of exercise, puts people at risk of significant decline in brain function, a team at Australian National University found people are consuming an extra six hundred fifty calories every day, compared with what we were eating fifty years ago, that's equivalent of a burger fries and a soft drink. But they say that they've proven a clear link between eating more and brain deterioration, professor nNcholas cheer Byan, who led the research published in frontiers in neuro into chronology says we found strong evidence that people's unhealthy eating habits and lack of exercise for sustained periods of time puts them at serious risk of developing type two diabetes and significant declines in brain functions such as dementia and brain shrinkage. He also found that brain health can decline much earlier in life than previously thought, however, he says this in large part to a society that promotes unhealthy lifestyle choices he says the damage. John is pretty much irreversible wants a person reaches midlife. So we urge everyone to eat healthy and get in shape as early as possible preferably in childhood, but certainly by early adulthood, says many people who have dementia and other signs of cognitive dysfunction, including shrinking brains have increased their risk throughout life by eating too much bad food and not exercising enough. So they"