Alcohol And Dementia: The Goldilocks Effect

moderate alcohol consumption is good for brain health the seeds plan dot com

 

Once again, “just right” is better than too little or too much. A study of over 9000 participants followed for 20+ years, found the risk of dementia increases both in those who abstain from alcohol in midlife, as well as those who consume more than 14 units per week. For brain health, the sweet spot appears to be between 1 – 14 alcohol units per week.

 

Reference: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30068508

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