CANADA: Fatty, low-carb diets shrink the brain, say top experts
Eating junk food and following a high fat diet may damage the learning and memory areas of the brain, according to a recent study by researchers at the University of Toronto. Findings in the March issue of Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, suggest the latest Hollywood fad of eating little carbohydrates and fruit, whilst encouraging high fat food such as butter, bacon and cheese is associated with not feeding the brain the energy it needs.
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