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  Title Are chronic inflammation and its metabolic counterpart, insulin resistance, the common denominators for all chronic behavior and neurodegenerative disorders? A review of the evidence - Part VIII. Senile dementia/Alzheimer's Disease and its connection with dysinsulinism
Journal Nutr Perspect. 2020 Apr;43(2):28-35
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By now I hope I have convinced those of you who have been reading this entire series that chronic inflammation plays a major role in the development and continuing loss of neurologic function in all neurodegenerative diseases, including senile dementia/Alzheimer's disease.  However, given the vicious circle relationship between inflammation and insulin resistance where it has been strongly suggested that chronic inflammation leads to insulin resistance and prolonged insulin resistance leads to chronic inflammation, it would seem logical to conclude that, since chronic inflammation is universally present in the senile dementia/Alzheimer's disease patient, insulin resistance must be universally present also.

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