The Weird Food That Can Diagnose Alzheimer’s
Recently, I wrote about how peanut butter could help young women reduce the risk of developing benign breast disease later in life. Well, it turns out that peanut butter has another medical trick up its sleeve: it may play an essential role in detecting early signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer’s affects the front of the brain’s temporal lobe, which is the portion of the brain responsible for your short term memory and sense of smell. So while it is exceptionally challenging to measure or track memory loss because of its slow, downward progression, smell is a little more straightforward, which inspired researchers to try this unique sensory-based diagnosis.
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