Article – Could fructose contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s?


Our work has identified a possible cause that explains Alzheimer’s disease from initiation to end. It appears to be driven by diet, which is high in sugar, salt, and glycemic carbs. Our work has shown that all three of these dietary measures can stimulate fructose production in the brain, and our work and that of others have shown that all of the manifestations, from beginning to end, appear to be driven by the fructose produced in the brain. Fructose levels are also high in the brain of patients with early Alzheimer’s disease.

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