People who consumed more than 2,100 calories a day were far more likely to double the risk of ‘mild cognitive impairment’ (MCI) than those who ate less calories, according to researchers.
Brain shrinkage, that causes a declining function and memory loss had been thought to be irreversible.
Almost half of people aged 50 or older experience periodic forgetfulness, known as Age Associated Memory Impairment (AAMI). Though sometimes bothering, the situation is still within the normal conditions of that age group.
Senile dementia, eventually show signs of progressive confusion, memory loss and mental deterioration.