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Earliest Sign Of Alzheimer’s Onset Identified As Decline In Glucose Levels; Research Suggests Way To Prevent Neurodegenerative

Memory loss and cognitive decline are commonly thought to be the earliest signs of the disorder Alzheimer's disease, but a new study has found declines in glucose levels in the brain come even sooner - before the first symptoms appear. Even better?

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

The reason that glucose can’t enter into the neurons is caused by insulin resistance which in turn is caused by neuroinflammation.  The easiest way to reduce neuroinflammation is to reduce calorie intake and simultaneously increase omega-3 fatty intake. 

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