Here is another reason to keep your weight under control. Those extra pounds are not worth losing brain cell function! See what you think about this new study.
Healthy women who put on weight between the premenopausal and postmenopausal years risk losing nerve cells in the brain, research suggests.
Gaining weight is a “highly modifiable” risk factor that may be targeted to prevent or slow the progression of potentially harmful age-related changes in the brain, the University of Pittsburgh-based study team suggests in the June issue of Psychosomatic Medicine. [Read more…] about Menopausal Weight Gain