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 Post subject: Fructose Dangerous To Brain Scientists
PostPosted: Wed Dec 23, 2015 5:05 am 
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Scientists at the University of California in Los Angeles have warned: foods containing fructose, harmful to the brain. Increased concentration of fruit sugar in the body reduces the speed of thoughts and reactions.

Retard Remembering, Processing And Exploitation Of Information

Neutralize the damaging effects of fructose on the human brain only fatty acids class Omega-3. These antioxidants protect against damage to synapses-contacts, transmitting nerve impulse from one cell to another.

In support of its theory, scientists demonstrated the results of the experiment. During the 5 days they taught lab rats to seek a way out of the maze. Rodents had to rely on Visual cues.

After training has been completed, the animals were divided into two groups, each of which receives regular feed, but instead of water rats was divorced corn syrup (it is widely used in the food industry as a flavoring and preservative). The difference between the two groups of rodents was the only one given Omega-3 fatty acids, and other managed without this additive.

After six weeks of such sweet animals ' lives again released into the maze. Their behavior in "trapped" confirmed a guess of scientists. Rats, not fed antioxidants, as if forgotten, where output is and how it can be reached. They long wandering through the maze, while the animals who were given Omega-3 fatty acids, are perfectly oriented in a familiar space. They were in good mental shape ": their connection in the brain unlike fellow, not weakened.

In addition, American scientists noticed that rats are not receiving Omega-3 fatty acids, were resistant (resistant) to insulin. Their body cells gradually ceased to perceive this hormone. The researchers suggest that it is unlikely to lead to the development of diabetes, however, the ability of cells to form new synapses and support old noticeably worsen.


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