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“Existing research has linked brain shrinkage to memory decline and a higher risk of dementia, but research on whether extra body fat. Is obesity causing the brain to shrink? Or are people with smaller brain volumes more likely to become obese?Previous studies have also found a link between obesity and brain diseases such as dementia.
Still, the new study showed only an association between body fat and lower brain volume and can’t prove. A 2014 review suggested a link between obesity and brain shrinkage. In this paper, the authors suggest that because obesity increases inflammation in areas outside the brain, the body’s response to.
The study, which was conducted at Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands, found that obese people appear to experience greater shrinkage in their brain tissue than normal-weight folks, and the changes often start to occur during middle age. 1 Dekkers, Ilona A.; et al. “Obesity, Brain Volume, and White Matter Microstructure at MRI. “Existing research has linked brain shrinkage to memory decline and a higher risk of dementia, but research on whether extra body fat.
“We also found links between obesity and shrinkage in specific regions of the brain. This will need further research but it may be possible that someday regularly measuring BMI and waist-to-hip. Lower brain volume, or brain shrinkage, has been linked with an increased risk of memory decline and dementia.
The new findings, published Jan. 9 in the journal Neurology, suggest that the combination of obesity (as measured by body mass index, or BMI) and a high waist-to-hip ratio may be a risk factor for brain shrinkage, the researchers said. However, the study found only an association between belly fat and lower brain volume, and cannot prove that carrying more fat around the waist actually causes brain shrinkage.
It could be that. Obesity may be linked with brain shrinkage (iStock / Nomadsoul1) Scientists have found a possible link between excess body fat and brain shrinkage, according to a new study. Researchers looked at a.
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