Kaiser Permanente Study: Obesity Leads to 3X the Incidence for Alzheimer's

A Kaiser Permanente Medical Group Study covering 9,000 people who were in their 40's in the 1960's and 1970's has found that those who were obese at the time of their first participation in the study have suffered from Alzheimer's at three times the rate of those who were not obese.

This finding provides more supporting evidence of the need to exercise the body as well as the mind.

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