Yo-Yo Dieting Could Increase Dementia Risk

 

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Yo-yo dieting can have negative affects on everyone

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While it’s normal for the number on the scale to fluctuate when you’re losing weight, if you’re constantly losing and regaining weight (aka yo-yo dieting ), you could be increasing your risk of developing dementia, among other health issues. Carrying around excess weight is bad for your health. This isn’t news. Trying to keep it off by dieting off and on could be bad for your brain, though.

A study done by researchers in Korea has found that gaining or losing a significant amount of weight as a senior. July 20, 2016 11:58 Yo-yo dieting could increase your risk of dementia, a new study warns. The medical community has long advised people to keep their levels of ‘bad cholesterol’ from fatty and sugary foods to a minimum. But new research suggests that letting those levels fluctuate by crash dieting could also have devastating consequences. Whether that is 5 pounds or 50, restarting the cycle with a new diet plan leads to yo-yo dieting.

Risks Associated with Yo-Yo Dieting. The health risks associated with being overweight or obese are well documented. However, recent research suggests that yo-yo dieting can also be hard on your health.

Repeatedly gaining and losing weight places a. Yo-yo dieting can make it harder to sense your body’s internal hunger cues, which can lead to food restriction and binge eating, says nutrition coach Lucia Hawley, FNTP, LSW. (For more on intuitive eating, see “8 Tips for Intuitive Eating”.) 5. Elevated Risk of Type 2 Diabetes. In addition to the psychological toll, research suggests that periodically losing and gaining weight may increase one’s risk for heart disease, diabetes, gallstones, cancer, osteoporosis and even dementia. Here are six ways—beyond the scale—that yo-yo dieting may impact your health long-term. Dementia diet the cooking oil to lower your risk of Alzheimer’s disease revealed.

DEMENTIA symptoms include memory loss, difficulty concentrating, and having slower thoughts. A diet mixing sugary snacks, starchy foods, and processed meat may significantly increase risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The study looked at. Of the studies that looked at risk of type 2 diabetes, the majority (76 percent) concluded that weight cycling did not increase blood sugar levels nor risk of type 2 diabetes. Thus, the researchers concluded that there’s inconclusive evidence to support a connection between yo-yo dieting and increased risk.

Bad cholesterol could increase your risk of dementia, a new study warns. The medical community has long advised people to keep their levels of ‘bad cholesterol’ from fatty and sugary foods to.

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but the main risk to people with dementia is under-eating and weight loss.

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Current research, however, indicates that yo-yo dieting does not increase the risk of hypertension or other risk factors for heart disease (Gracietal., 2004).

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Yo-yo dieting and weight fluctuation may increase the chances of CHD and death, but actual weight loss of only 10 per cent may result in improved blood pressure and benefits for type 2 diabetes (Wing et al. 1987; Aucott 2008).

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also suggest that a high-fat diet during early and mid-adulthood may be associated with an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s, especially in people with a genetic marker called apoE-4.

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‘High-fat diets significantly increase the risk of Alzheimer’s’.

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Also, if the elderly person does not eat well and has poor nutri— tion, this habit could also cause dementia as well.

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Diet and risk of dementia: does fat matter?

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There were also similar reductions in metabolic risk factors including cholesterol profiles, fasting glucose, and insulin (Nicklas et al. 2009), suggesting that changes in body composition and risk were due to weight loss, not exercise.

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Dietary links to Alzheimer’s disease.

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Finger foods help those with Alzheimer’s maintain weight.

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  • This is so out of date! Check out the RECODE protocol from The Buck Institue and Dr. Dale Bredesen. Cut out sugars (all), exercise, get out in the sun, get good sleep, have a ‘cognoscopy’ to check you don’t have exposure to toxins or are in an ‘inflammatory’ state. As a family we have intervened using this with a loved one and have had remarkable improvement. It works! The drugs he is talking about have all failed. Plaques and tangles are the brain protective response to the ‘insult’ of insulin resistance, toxins and too much sugar.

  • Inadequate. Proposed premise, but did not describe what to do, which he should know all about. He not ready for lectures outside a dinner party.

  • My father got the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Devastating. He was in a very nice nursing home that kept feeding him SOY. Soy is in most foods fed to our seniors, and school age kids in their breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. Cognitive impairments, poor concentration, memory problems, lethargy, over-emotional, not able to understand simple instructions, can’t convey ideas, GI upset, anxiety and depression can all be linked to SOY. Soy is not a food but a hormone de/regulator. If can adversely affect all of us (cattle act like they do sedated, irritable, distracted because of soy, so do dogs and cats when it is in their food) because it is not a food but a medicine. Soy should never be consumed unless it is fermented and then should only be eaten in small amounts. The end of this story is that when my dad wasn’t eating soy he didn’t have “Alzheimer’s or dementia”, his memory was intact, he could tell you the name of everyone who worked in the nursing home and what they did, his sense of humor returned, and he didn’t “mess in the bed”, he was happy he was Dad. So, before you dismiss someone as having Alzheimer’s or dementia, eliminate SOY totally from their diet (read the ingredients of EVERYTHING because it is hidden in many foods as “protein”! Ensure and other liquid diets are the worst.), and see if they aren’t cured of this insidious silent killer that robs years from their lives!

  • Great information my family is practicing the my plate plan with out even realizing it.I’v loss 22lbs,my daughter loss 41and my son in-law 47 we walk a lot it’s amazing we have so much more clarity,energy and over all good health.

  • Hey TED editors, the note you put up under the video is utter nonsense. If you are gonna make claims you gotta back them up. Pathetic!

  • Great video! It’s comforting to know that our genes can be silenced with the right food choices and lifestyle changes. Thank you for sharing!

  • read The End of Alzheimer’s by Dr Dale Bredesen. his research is showing how to slow and REVERSE documented cases of AD.
    not pie-in-the-sky hype. proven clinical research.

  • That “NOTE FROM TED” above, saying “do not look to this talk for medical advice” is about as ridiculous a statement that can come from any thinking mind. YES! Go ahead and use it as medical advice, because these claims are not new with Dr. Barnard. In fact, over a hundred years ago, a health expert counseled, when asked what should make up a salad, “mix the colors” exactly what Dr. Barnard is saying.

  • Such an abundance and variety of foods without having to cause other species any harm.
    How much better would the world/planet be, if eating a plant based diet was the rule, not the exception.
    How much more quickly would humans evolve into a civil, peaceful, compassionate, united, intelligent and creative species if animals and their products were not treated as commodities.

  • Thank you Dr. Becky. No desire/craving to run to sweets any longer. Gut puts on the brakes when a temptation arises. Much easier to avoid, don’t even think about yielding to that old sweet tooth.

  • Our great grand parents ate healthy, fresh foods, no artificial colorings, and no artificial preservatives, they had to walk short distances because there were no automobiles, plainly saying they were healthy, applying to the basics. Today nowadays people eat from boxes, TV dinners, even those prepared to be mailed, what can we honestly and reasonably expect?

  • Hi Dr. Becky❣you’re soooo spot on! This helped me explain a lot about why sometimes I’m up.6 or.8 on my daily weight loss!!! I still haven’t eaten any sugar BUT getting sloppy with my food? The cause!!! Love you! Thank you for guiding us all on our journey to good health!!!

  • Although the main messages of this video are right on the money, there is many information which is simply not true. First of all, oxidation of either copper or iron does not produce free radicals. Second, in most cases those minerals (and most others) are already oxidated when consumed. Next, a free radical although very destructive does not “live” long enough to “travel” through body. It is so unstable that it “dies” literally nanoseconds after being created. I stopped watching halfway through so I’m not sure what more misinformation has been relayed… Other than that from my perspective Alzheimer’s disease is certainlly not the worst that could happen to a person. My grandma had it and as her family we’ve seen it as a blessing. Although she lived in a retirement home for 10 years before death, she had no clue where she was and who people around her were, in her own mind she was a teenager living at her family home with her mother the period of time she was the happiest. It also meant that she was free of experience of pain or loss. If you asked me, that’s way better than any disease which causes great pain or makes you unable to move about.

  • Hi Dr. Becky. I’ve really been enjoying your channel. I have a question regarding intermittent fasting and think it might be a good video idea. About 3 years ago I discovered IF and dropped 15 lbs in a short time. The same 15 lbs I’d been trying to lose for 5 years! By doing IF for 5 days a week I was able to maintain the weight loss for about 18 months. Then I slowly started gaining. Despite continuing to do IF most days of the week, I now have gained back the 15 lbs and another 10 lbs. This is my highest weight ever and I feel hopeless to lose it. My blood work is normal. Does IF stop working? If so why? Does it make metabolism slow down? Is this common? I’m afraid that I’ve messed up my body with IF. Thanks

  • So, I have to disagree with the “plate” and RDA set forth by USDA. If you had 3 to 4 servings of fruit and or vegetables a day, your sugar level, even in the form of fructose, is a recipe for insulin resistance. We need to readdress these guidelines once again.

  • Hi Dr. Becky. I’ve really been enjoying your channel. I have a question regarding intermittent fasting and think it might be a good video idea. About 3 years ago I discovered IF and dropped 15 lbs in a short time. The same 15 lbs I’d been trying to lose for 5 years! By doing IF for 5 days a week I was able to maintain the weight loss for about 18 months. Then I slowly started gaining. Despite continuing to do IF most days of the week, I now have gained back the 15 lbs and another 10 lbs. This is my highest weight ever and I feel hopeless to lose it. My blood work is normal. Does IF stop working? If so why? Does it make metabolism slow down? Is this common? I’m afraid that I’ve messed up my body with IF. Thanks

  • Two to three cups a day of freshly brewed tea hot or iced contains a modest amount of caffeine which, when used “judiciously,” says Kulze can boost brain power by enhancing memory, focus, and mood. Tea also has potent antioxidants, especially the class known as catechines, which promotes healthy blood flow. Any comments?

  • I love you Neal Bernard! I love you and Dr Michael Gregor, and Joel Fuhrman.
    Wish I could give you all a hug!
    I hope you invite Jesus into your hearts and get saved �� He is our light and our life

  • Poor speaker mispronounces many of the medical terms. Insensitive use of words like “death sentence”, “killer” and “demented”. Might make talk seem more interesting but not what you want to hear if you suffer from the condition. For the very elderly, most people will have other health problems (heart disease, cancer etc) and Alzheimer’s disease may not be the cause of your death. Most research is carried out on amyloid without any success so far. Key is prevention control blood pressure, eat healthily (e.g. Mediterranean diet), exercise and maintain a good weight from middle-age onwards. The cure​ is many years away.

  • Besides, you can impact your brain function and cognitive abilities by making simple tweaks here and there to your daily routine. Exercise and sound sleep are vital for your brain health, as are certain nutrients, such as omega-3 fats, coconut oil, vitamin B12, vitamin D, probiotics and more.

  • Although the main messages of this video are right on the money, there is many information which is simply not true. First of all, oxidation of either copper or iron does not produce free radicals. Second, in most cases those minerals (and most others) are already oxidated when consumed. Next, a free radical although very destructive does not “live” long enough to “travel” through body. It is so unstable that it “dies” literally nanoseconds after being created. I stopped watching halfway through so I’m not sure what more misinformation has been relayed… Other than that from my perspective Alzheimer’s disease is certainlly not the worst that could happen to a person. My grandma had it and as her family we’ve seen it as a blessing. Although she lived in a retirement home for 10 years before death, she had no clue where she was and who people around her were, in her own mind she was a teenager living at her family home with her mother the period of time she was the happiest. It also meant that she was free of experience of pain or loss. If you asked me, that’s way better than any disease which causes great pain or makes you unable to move about.

  • It has been proven that we can heal the brain. Scans have shown before and after evidence so don’t believe this guy when he says it’s too late

  • Hi. Just subscribed. I am 66 year old male taking Diltiazem for blood pressure and tachycardia. When I started the Diltiazem I noticed that my resting heart rate dropped by about 10 bpm. I can’t help but think that this would slow down my metabolism. Would that be right?

  • Sounds like my mother. Reusing grease in the blue crisco jar. Same oil over and over. EVERYTHING tasted like that last fish fry whenever she would use the grease lol

  • Sounds like my mother. Reusing grease in the blue crisco jar. Same oil over and over. EVERYTHING tasted like that last fish fry whenever she would use the grease lol

  • I like the advice about working on the diet before adding exercise. The temptation to add fasting and a strict exercise routine too quickly can be difficult to sustain.

  • They have found a cure for alzheimer’s disease at the sunnybrook hospital in Canada it’s called focused ultrasound and you can watch them curing it on YouTube good luck

  • Thanks for all of the helpful advice!  I was thinking of going on a keto diet, but was concerned about eating too few carbs.  A friend told me that our brains use glucose as its main source of energy, so I was wondering if that should be a concern if I reduce carbs significantly.  Thank you for any insights!

  • Its not for every one tho “cuz. I have a life. to. so jus my job to do wat I did an. If u want. My. K`knowledge. U gota. fit into my life not urs. So that’s wat faith is u guys can jus live. Fir t&e now if that’s wat u want. But jus noing who I am gives u options

  • I’m kind of ‘recovering’ from heavy calorie restriction. I was eating like 450 calories a day and burning 600 calories. That went for 2 years. I was obsessed.. I started at 67. 1 kg and now I’m 65.5 kg. At my ‘best’ I was 63 kg. I was eating so little and didn’t even lose that much weight. Now I just did a lot of home workouts for 4 days and I’m not eating more calories (500+-, slowly trying to eat more) but more protein in the calories. Now I am 67 kg (btw I’m 165 cm). I was always very muscular and very sporty. I hope It’s muscle and water weight… I’m just so anxious about gaining weight��

  • Its not for every one tho “cuz. I have a life. to. so jus my job to do wat I did an. If u want. My. K`knowledge. U gota. fit into my life not urs. So that’s wat faith is u guys can jus live. Fir t&e now if that’s wat u want. But jus noing who I am gives u options

  • Iron carries oxygenated blood throughout our bodies. I’ve been cooking in cast iron pans for years and a vegetarian for the most part and I’m iron deficient and very common, most of the population have iron deficiency anemia. I also don’t think the alternative frying pans are healthy? What about iron supplements?

  • Great information my family is practicing the my plate plan with out even realizing it.I’v loss 22lbs,my daughter loss 41and my son in-law 47 we walk a lot it’s amazing we have so much more clarity,energy and over all good health.

  • Our great grand parents ate healthy, fresh foods, no artificial colorings, and no artificial preservatives, they had to walk short distances because there were no automobiles, plainly saying they were healthy, applying to the basics. Today nowadays people eat from boxes, TV dinners, even those prepared to be mailed, what can we honestly and reasonably expect?

  • Folks this clown is part of the vegan cult! Eat your meat and stay away from sugar and any food that turns into sugar and its that easy.All of these clowns have been trained by Big Pharma and promote Big Ag and are brain washing you.I think i will leave you now and go have some greasy bacon and a big Rib-I cooked medium!Thank You and God Bless!

  • Very good info. When I exercise, I actually gain weight, because I eat more. Exercise hardly burns calories anyway. Also, you look great, dr. Becky!

  • I am not in favor of any particular diet….im just wondering just how is that grains are tow days the base for human food if we were not able to eat them on a regular basis until the invention of agriculture…..and many people is not even capable of digesting it?

  • Vaccines kill, paralyze, cause cancer, diabetes, lupus, seizures, autism, arthritis, Alzheimer’s. The viruses are grown on aborted baby cell lines and contain human DNA, as well as animal cell lines and animal DNA. They contain aluminum, Mercury, formaldehyde, MSG, glyphosate, polysorbate 80, antibiotics. Please people, wake up! We must stop injecting our precious babies, we must stop mandatory laws. We must save our future generation from a lifetime of suffering. Watch high wire with Del Bigtree for more information. May God bless our babies!

  • I just read the NOT FROM TED. It literally says: The speaker makes assertions about a specific diet that lack sufficient scientific evidence for general prescription. LOL! Our society is pathetic! We live at a time greater than ever before for information on the best quality of health, and disclaimers like this still exist to keep addictive people happy with their lifestyle of sugars, salts, oils, fats, browning (and charring) of foods, alcohol, caffeine, etc

  • What kind of frying pan can we use if we cannot use iron and copper. I heard that aluminum is no good for and neither stainless steel, so what type of frying pan is safe to use?

  • Exercise does nothing for weight loss, imo.
    It helps to rid the bloodstream of glucose, so that we can start to use stored fat.
    If I exercised with my extra pounds I used to have? I’d have to go to the chiropractor for an adjustment. Because I was wrecking myself with the fat pushing on my joints.
    Now after losing my fat, exercise will be beneficial for toning up, not weight loss. And I won’t be stressing my joints with fat pressure

  • Sounds good huh? Best way to prevent Alzheimer is proper Diet exercise and the best of all sleep. Drugs won’t fix Alzheimer because many of them induce memory loss. Normal drugs that was made to help mentally ill patients have side effects that causses Alzheimer. Drugs that also make people lose their memory are ones that deal with many chronic illnesses. Stay away from any drug that claim to fix your memory. Science have not fully discovered how to cure the brain with pharmacuticals. The only way is Nutrition, Diet, Exercise and good Sleep habits.

  • Another step drink tea or coffee with your meals. The Blue Zone populations have very low levels of iron borderline anaemic by current standards. So do Japanese women the longest lived national population in the world. This is partly because of low meat consumption, but also because they drink tea with their meals. All the Blue Zone communities drink tea, coffee or similar beverages that block the absorption of iron.

  • “and the brain also tells you they’re pretty, they’re attractive”: this sentence is beautiful XD! Every physician/doctor should watch this talk! I see too many pills prescribed and almost no change in lifestyles! thank you so much for this talk ♡

  • Thank you Dr Becky!! You’re so on point! You’ve talked a little about it. But please do more on negative self talk? I’m so close to reaching my goals. After 5 years of hard work. No matter the progress and encouragement I see and hear. That little voice in my head. Seems to always try to look for a negative. Or reason to fail. Even though I can see and feel my results. I’ve beat sugar cravings for the most part. I can actually feel real hunger now. With out that sugar monkey on my back. I can control my eating now. ��LCHF seems to work for me!����

  • He skip turmeric( scavenger of beta amyloid protein(brain plaque) ) and fish due to he is lobbying to particular food association, brain have 7 layer barrier,so blood circulation like in other part of body is not same thing like in brain,first priority to protect the brain.

  • “and the brain also tells you they’re pretty, they’re attractive”: this sentence is beautiful XD! Every physician/doctor should watch this talk! I see too many pills prescribed and almost no change in lifestyles! thank you so much for this talk ♡

  • It’s funny. But all of the things he explained. IS things we have in the back of our heads in Denmark. We are taught this from very young, and it has a significant effect on our society.
    For example sleep, it is by far the best medicin you can get. And we know this, we have known this for years. Even if we didn’t have the scientific evidence for it. (now we do).

    Culture can really improve your health. A culture change, can safe your life.

  • dont make it a sensational disease wid d use of words like murderer.
    u hv not lost a beloved one to this horrible inhuman disrease to even begin to understand d pain.������

  • This is all interesting but in 2020 it all flies in the face of the latest scientific evidence, infact the opposite.. Sugar and carbs combined do the damage. Good talk though with merit

  • Hi dr.
    The keto diet has so much negative side effects (disturbed hormones, hair loss,…) that we must alternate with days or periods with carbs. That is a form of jojo but controled I think. Or at least go from keto to low carb then keto then low carb.
    What are your thoughts on this?

  • So, I have to disagree with the “plate” and RDA set forth by USDA. If you had 3 to 4 servings of fruit and or vegetables a day, your sugar level, even in the form of fructose, is a recipe for insulin resistance. We need to readdress these guidelines once again.

  • I’m kind of ‘recovering’ from heavy calorie restriction. I was eating like 450 calories a day and burning 600 calories. That went for 2 years. I was obsessed.. I started at 67. 1 kg and now I’m 65.5 kg. At my ‘best’ I was 63 kg. I was eating so little and didn’t even lose that much weight. Now I just did a lot of home workouts for 4 days and I’m not eating more calories (500+-, slowly trying to eat more) but more protein in the calories. Now I am 67 kg (btw I’m 165 cm). I was always very muscular and very sporty. I hope It’s muscle and water weight… I’m just so anxious about gaining weight��

  • That “NOTE FROM TED” above, saying “do not look to this talk for medical advice” is about as ridiculous a statement that can come from any thinking mind. YES! Go ahead and use it as medical advice, because these claims are not new with Dr. Barnard. In fact, over a hundred years ago, a health expert counseled, when asked what should make up a salad, “mix the colors” exactly what Dr. Barnard is saying.

  • Great information as always. Can you do a video about how much fat to eat. Like can you show us samples of a butter pack or how many eggs etc to feel satiated. I do understand that it depends on the person but a overall general sample in grams could help.

  • Just so you know the 2012 penny you showed?.has no c0pper. everything 1983 And younger.. has no Copper..
    1982 and older copper pennies..” are “pure copper” & more far more pure than what’s in your pipes or wiring…
    They are well worth saving

  • It’s funny. But all of the things he explained. IS things we have in the back of our heads in Denmark. We are taught this from very young, and it has a significant effect on our society.
    For example sleep, it is by far the best medicin you can get. And we know this, we have known this for years. Even if we didn’t have the scientific evidence for it. (now we do).

    Culture can really improve your health. A culture change, can safe your life.

  • Always depressing a thin, smooth, plainly wealthy, academically-satisfied bloody Ectomorph telling an old, relatively poor isolated and plump endomorph how bloody wonderful my future could be if only I…………..had his opportunities and place in life. I hope he chokes on his bloody antioxidants and his bloody anthocyanins.

  • Hey TED editors, the note you put up under the video is utter nonsense. If you are gonna make claims you gotta back them up. Pathetic!

  • Two to three cups a day of freshly brewed tea hot or iced contains a modest amount of caffeine which, when used “judiciously,” says Kulze can boost brain power by enhancing memory, focus, and mood. Tea also has potent antioxidants, especially the class known as catechines, which promotes healthy blood flow. Any comments?

  • Folks this clown is part of the vegan cult! Eat your meat and stay away from sugar and any food that turns into sugar and its that easy.All of these clowns have been trained by Big Pharma and promote Big Ag and are brain washing you.I think i will leave you now and go have some greasy bacon and a big Rib-I cooked medium!Thank You and God Bless!

  • An awesome explanation and a great advice to maintain our daily base routine diet and stuff.And yeah, can’t ignore his personality and style����☺️

  • Great information as always. Can you do a video about how much fat to eat. Like can you show us samples of a butter pack or how many eggs etc to feel satiated. I do understand that it depends on the person but a overall general sample in grams could help.

  • Very good info. When I exercise, I actually gain weight, because I eat more. Exercise hardly burns calories anyway. Also, you look great, dr. Becky!