Low-Calorie Intake Beneficial to the Brains of Mice, Might Have Implications in Alzheimer’s

Low-Calorie Intake Beneficial to the Brains of Mice, Might Have Implications in Alzheimer’s
Low-calorie diets are a known benefit for the overall health of the body, but the exact mechanisms underlying this effect remain elusive. Now, a study published in the journal Aging Cell, has shown that low-calorie intake increases neurons’ capacity to neutralize excessive levels of calcium, which contribute to neuronal damage in several diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease.

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