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What is the liver-brain axis, and does it play a role in dementia?

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What does liver health have to do with the brain? Image for illustration purposes
What does liver health have to do with the brain? Image for illustration purposes

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Recent research has shown that the liver and the brain are closely connected and can affect each other’s functions. So, could liver health influence a person’s dementia risk? Here is what experts and the most recent research have to say.

Through recent studies, scientists have found that liver-related conditions, such as liver fibrosis and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), are linked to cognitive decline and changes in the brain’s structure.

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