Fri 3rd November 2017

Dr. Mattson Talks about Fasting and the Brain on Today Show

Excerpt from Today Show Interview with Dr. Mark Mattson

"We find that in the animals, the intermittent fasting reduces brain inflammation," said Mark Mattson, chief of laboratory of neurosciences at the National Institute on Aging in Baltimore, Maryland. Mattson also noted that in mice studies, intermittent fasting dramatically improved heart health and prevented the symptoms of Alzheimer's.

"Intermittent fasting improves cognition, that is learning and memory, and protects nerve cells from dysfunction and degeneration," Mattson continued.

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