Cutting calories may boost memory in older adults

01/27/2009 | Yahoo!

A study of older, overweight German adults found that cutting calories by 30% helped boost memory and thinking skills. Researchers say reducing calories lowers insulin resistance and inflammation, which may be linked to age-related cognitive decline. The study found people who lost the most weight by cutting calories also had the biggest boost in cognitive ability.

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