Low-carb diet may reverse age-related brain deterioration, study finds

Researchers say brain pathways begin to erode in late 40s, but can be repaired through dietary changes

A low carbohydrate diet may prevent and even reverse age-related damage to the brain, research has found.

By examining brain scans, researchers found that brain pathways begin to deteriorate in our late 40s – earlier than was believed.

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