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Obese at 50? Midlife Weight May Affect When Alzheimer’s Hits Washington

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Dr. Barry Sears

If you are obese at age 50, it is likely that you probably have either metabolic syndrome or diabetes.  Both conditions are characterized by insulin resistance.  Likewise, Alzheimer’s is also characterized by insulin resistance.  The way to attack all three conditions is to follow an anti-inflammatory diet to reduce insulin resistance.

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