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“[Intermittent fasting] supports the mitochondrial network by removing damaged mitochondria and triggering the manufacture of new cells,” he explained.

Furthermore, Professor Goodwin recommends establishing a healthy calorie range “to prevent overeating”.

“This will reduce the output of reactive oxygen species, which drive inflammation and cellular damage,” he elaborated.

Aside from nutrition, Professor Goodwin says that exercise, saunas, and a good night’s sleep all play their part in protecting brain cells.

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