UK Study Warns that Eating an Extra Fast Food Burger a Day Can Cause Dementia

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A new study from the UK claims that eating fast food and little physical activity can cause dementia, and that the disease is irreversible. The research found the average person is eating an extra 650 calories a day compared to 1970s, which is the equivalent of a burger, soft drink and fries. The research analyzed the results from 200 studies and found that 30% of the world’s adult population are either overweight or obese.
  • A study has found strong links between fast food and irreversible dementia 
  • Professor Nicolas Cherbuin says: ‘People are eating away at their brain’ 
  • The average person today is eating 650 calories a day compared to 1970s  
  • He said eating well and keeping active from a young age reduces risk 

Eating fast food can cause irreversible dementia, a study warns. 

The research found the average person is eating an extra 650 calories a day compared to 1970s, which is the equivalent of a burger, soft drink and fries. 

Australian National University’s professor Nicolas Cherbuin and his team found strong evidence linking unhealthy eating habits and little-to-no physical activity to a decline in brain function, such as dementia and brain shrinkage.

‘People are eating away at their brain with a really bad fast-food diet and little-to-no exercise,’ says professor Cherbuin. 

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