Abnormal Amounts of Brain Unsaturated Fatty Acids Might Be Alzheimer’s Tipping Point, Study Suggests

Abnormal Amounts of Brain Unsaturated Fatty Acids Might Be Alzheimer’s Tipping Point, Study Suggests
Abnormal levels of unsaturated fatty acids may contribute to Alzheimer’s disease processes, as researchers found that six of these fats were linked to both brain abnormalities and cognitive symptoms. In people with amyloid-beta plaques but no cognitive problems, the abnormalities were less pronounced, suggesting that when levels of these fatty acids became too abnormal, cognitive

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