Updated: Jan 7, 2022
Many of us have trouble saying no to sweets - but here’s another reason to kick excess sugar from your diet. Studies show a startling link between your sweet tooth and your chance of developing Alzheimer's and other dementias. Especially if you are a woman.
Research has shown that eating high amounts of sugar can affect your memory, learning ability and can even increase your risk for depression.
Even though many of us have as much as 26 teaspoons of added sugar daily, The American Heart Association recommends no more than:
6 teaspoons of added sugar per day for women
9 teaspoons of added sugar per day for men
Nutrition is your first defence when it comes to preventing premature brain aging along with a host of other preventable health complications. Along with improving your long-term quality of life, eating well also has immediate positive results! From heart disease to high blood pressure - eating right is the quickest and easiest way to instantly start improving your health today and protecting your health tomorrow. For the health of your brain - cut back on sugar today!
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