Diabetes patients are more likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and scientists have found a link with sufar
We know that most obese people are candidates for type 2 diabetes – that’s if they haven’t already got it.
What they all have in common is a higher than normal blood sugar and that’s one aspect of diabetes that does the most damage to many of the body’s major organs.
Now, through new research, we know one of those organs is the brain.
For some time we’ve known diabetes patients are more likely to get Alzheimer’s . But we’ve been puzzling over the link between sugar and dementia. Now we know.
Extraordinary research has revealed a tipping point at which blood sugar levels become so dangerously high they promote brain disease.