Nutrition Is Behind Many Modern Diseases

ArthritisGlucose deposits on joints
DementiaGlucose deposits on brain neurons
Heart DiseaseAtherosclerosis/narrowing arteries due to glycation damaging arteries
AlzheimersThe same atherosclerosis of the blood vessels of the brain. Sometimes referred to as Type-3 diabetes
StrokeBrain blood clots from calcified narrowed arteries damaged by glucose
Type-2 DiabitiesDue to excessive-high blood glucose
Insulin ResistanceDue to excessive-high blood glucose
ObesityExcess fat deposits due to high blood glucose and resulting high insulin
DepressionWhile many factors contribute, insulin resistance doubles risk of depression

Though the mechanism isn’t yet clear, switching from a high carb diet to a low carb diet may even improve Parkinson’s, another one of the major non-communicable diseases.