Fructose Made in the Brain Could be a Mechanism Driving Alzheimer’s Disease

New research released from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus proposes that Alzheimer’s disease may be driven by the over activation of fructose made in the brain.
The study was published in the Frontiers of Aging Neuroscience and outlined the hypothesis that Alzheimer’s disease is driven largely by Western culture that has resulted in excessive fructose metabolism in the brain.