10 Jan 2012

Saturated Fats Hamper Brain Function and Memory

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Consumption of saturated fats may be associated with decreases in memory and reductions in brain functioning, and could lead to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according to new research in women.

It has long been suggested that excessive consumption of ‘bad’ fats – such as saturated and trans fats – could be bad for heart health. But according to new research, consumption of saturated fat could also be associated with declines in overall cognitive functions and memory in women.

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