Can someone explain to me why animal protein is considered bad here?
This review presents evidence suggesting that insulin resistance plays a role in the pathophysiology and clinical symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. Based on this evidence, we propose that treatment of insulin resistance may reduce the risk or retard the development of Alzheimer's disease.
mike wrote:Can someone explain to me why animal protein is considered bad here?
Here, we combined an epidemiological study of 6,381 US men and women aged 50 and above from NHANES III, the only nationally representative dietary survey in the United States, with mouse and cellular studies to understand the link between the level and source of proteins and amino acids, aging, diseases, and mortality.
jgilberAZ wrote:That is an article about a study without a link to the actual study.
And without being able to read the actual study, the article means nothing.
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