I would change my diet very quickly and take up jogging:
Is Alzheimer’s Type 3 Diabetes?
Also, I would look specifically at anti-inflammatory diets, because Alzheimers, like many chronic modern diseases, is linked to chronic inflammation (in this case, in the brain):
> Since the late 1980s, various studies have found hints that the chronic inflammation found in Alzheimer’s hastens the disease process
See the connection?
Inactivity and obesity increase the risk for diabetes, but exactly how is unclear. Recent research suggests that inflammation inside the body plays a role in the development of type 2 diabetes.
The good news: An "anti-inflammatory" diet and exercise plan can help prevent and treat type 2 diabetes.
The effects of inflammation are familiar to anyone who has experienced a bug bite, rash, skin infection, or ankle sprain. In those situations, you will see swelling in the affected area.
With type 2 diabetes, inflammation is internal.