A new Canadian study suggests that high-fat foods will not only blocked arteries, but also damage to the brain function - at least in laboratory rats is the case.
One of the authors of the study, located in Toronto, Baycrest Center for Geriatric Nursing, senior scientist and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, said GordonWinocur, the researchers compared with rats fed high-fat foods and the use of standard laboratory low-fat foods cognitive function in rats fed. High-fat diet containing 40% fat diet similar to the Americans. The study shows that three months later, the rats eat high-fat diet showed a wide range of learning and memory in serious injury. The researchers say the same thing may also occur in humans.