Give up fried foods!

Are you a big fan of frying, and without that not imagine a meal? Then be careful, because you belong to a group with an increased risk of developing dementia.

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Substances, which are located in the fried foods, associated with symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease

New research indicate,s that there is the material, which is located in the frying associated with the development of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease. That is good enough reason to give up fried foods.

Fats and sugar reduces short-term memory and the ability to inhibit brain development, U.S. experts have warned. A study carried out by the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, it is shown that the substances, which are located in the fried meat and fried eggs, associated with symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.¬†Especially problematic is the bacon, similar substances can also be found in biscuits and some desserts. Scientists are convinced that the decreased intake of such foods reduces the risk of developing dementia or even renew the memory that was lost.

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Especially problematic is the bacon

Because currently we are not even close to the discovery of drugs for Alzheimer’s disease, attempts how to prevent the disease is crucial. Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias is facing about 36 million people around the world, experts expect that this figure will grow in the next generation (currently there are 8 million new cases each year), because the population is aging.

Otherwise, the scientists from the American Mount Sinai School of Medicine studied compounds called advanced glycational final products, which are formed when fat, protein and sugar react when heated to a high temperature. In particular, many of them in bacon, sausages, pizza or hamburgers, as formed during frying or baking. Cooking in water but does not cause the formation of these substances.

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