Maternal nutrition affects the development of Alzheimer's disease in a child

Scientists from the University of Southampton have formally proved the link between maternal diet and risk of Alzheimer's disease in the unborn child. The information was confirmed in an experiment on laboratory mice, according to The Telegraph. Mouse, diet, saturated fatty foods, had pathology of blood circulation in the brain. This factor is one of the main in the formation of Alzheimer's disease.

If the mice received an excessive amount of fat, then their brains could not quickly get rid of amyloid protein. This substance increases in many diseases of the brain, including Alzheimer's. Scientists believe the mother's health and nutrition can affect the health of the unborn child. Today the task is to identify the relationship between certain foods and pathology of organs and systems.

Alzheimer's disease is a serious disease, the cause of which is not completely understood. It is believed that the main causes are rooted in genetics and environmental factors. Correct nutrition and the mode of the day, mental and physical activity can reduce the risk of disease and to protect themselves.

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