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Sugar’s ‘sweet spot’ link to Alzheimer’s disease discovered

An excess of sugar appears to promote the onset of Alzheimer's disease as British researchers identify a link between diet and the neurological disorder. The findings appear to centre on the damage high blood sugar levels does to a key enzyme in the inflammatory response in the condition's early stages.

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Dr. Barry Sears
The best way to reduce excess glycation of proteins is the reduction of oxidative stress.  Both metformin and polyphenols employ the same mechanism by activating the SIRT-1 gene that increases the expression of AMP kinase.

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