Cognition

The type of fat we consume could play an important role in how well our brains function as we age, say the researchers.

Sat fats hamper brain function and memory: study

By Nathan Gray

Consumption of saturated fats may be associated with decreases in memory and reductions in brain functioning, and could lead to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according to new research in women.

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