Dementia: Processed cheese could increase your risk - ‘Top food linked to dementia’
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Just like the study suggests, Wassermann also warned that cheese isn’t the only culprit as other processed foods could also pose harm.

She said: “The same applies to other processed foods that supply more calories and almost zero nutrients.

“They mainly cause inflammation, even in the neurons, and impair the blood-brain barrier leading to memory loss.

“Eating such foods also denies the body a chance to get essential nutrients and compounds with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory features to slow down ageing.”

Fortunately, there are still plenty of other foods available to you once you cross out processed items off your weekly menu.



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