Memory loss may cause by Overeating

Overeating has been linked to high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke. Conditions such as memory loss, dementia and even Alzheimer’s may also be added to the list soon.

Preliminary findings of a study on ageing conducted by the Mayo Clinic indicate that overeating may greatly increase the risk of memory loss for elderly people.
The results found a correlation between caloric intake in the elderly and the onset of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) – the stage between normal age-related memory loss and early Alzheimer’s disease.

It is observed that a daily caloric intake in excess of 2,143 was associated with a significant chance of having MCI. If any one consuming more than 2,143 calories per day, his odds of having MCI is twice that of somebody that consumes 1,526 calories per day.

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