Researchers discover more benefits of oleic acid found in Olive oil

Olive oil contains oleic acid in the form of fatty acids that remove cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s

Just as turmeric is a curcumin chemical present in it, oleic acid in olive oil is also its most important ingredient. Now more medical benefits have been discovered.

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All types of olive oil contain 70 to 80 percent of oleic acid. Now experts from the University of Seville, Al-Jaraf Institute and Costa del Civil Hospital in Spain have done an important study. According to scientists, oleic acid is found in the form of fatty acids in olive oil and has proved to be very useful for the heart.

Oleic acids energize cell membranes and molecules and also play an important role in antioxidants. Then in a very deep way, it prevents cholesterol, thus protecting against blood thickening and heart disease. On the other hand, to reduce inflammation in the body, it contains important components that repel the attack of cancer.

Prevention of Obesity

Oleic acid also plays an important role in preventing obesity and obesity. Apart from this, they also protect DNA abnormally. The same research has shown that olilithinol amide, an important component derived from oleic acid, has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Experts believe that this ingredient can be an important drug in preventing obesity. Apart from this, it also strengthens the immune system by keeping the cells in the best condition.


People who suffers regularly with viral infections can have neuro-diseases

A long and comprehensive study has shown that people who suffer from various viral infections multiple times are more likely to have neurodegenerative diseases.

Neurodegenerative diseases affect the central nervous part of the human body that is connected by the brain and spinal cord.

Neurodegenerative diseases are usually a combination of six diseases, but they can also include more diseases.

Such diseases include Alzheimer, Parkinson’s, dementia, multiple sclerosis, spinal muscular atrophy and lower body disease, but they can also have more diseases.

Neurodegenerative diseases are called mental and neurological diseases that affect memory, thinking, speaking, walking, walking and life routine, and there is no cure for such diseases yet, but health experts try to control them with various medicines.

It is generally believed that these diseases are caused by obesity, but a recent comprehensive study showed that people who suffer from viral infections multiple times in life are more likely to have such diseases.

According to research published in the medical journal Neuron, British experts reviewed medical data from 800,000 people in Finland and the UK to find a link between neurodegenerative diseases and viral infections.

Researchers first found people with the help of data who were suffering from neurodegenerative diseases.

Later, researchers reviewed the medical records of all these people and tried to find out how many of them had been treated for viral infections before falling prey to these diseases.

Experts found that most of Finland’s people who were suffering from neurodegenerative diseases were undergoing treatment for 45 different viral infections.

After this, the researchers also examined the medical records of people in Britain and found that people suffering from neurodegenerative diseases there were also undergoing treatment for 22 different viral infections.

Research has shown that viral infections are closely related to neurological and mental diseases and different viruses have the ability to weaken the human body by attacking its nerves.

Experts suggested that more research should be done on the above issue.

It should also be remembered here that there are currently more than 219 viral infections around the world that have the full potential to attack the human body and make it sick, while there are some infections that prove to be very dangerous.

Scientists from four countries have developed an antibody test to identify Alzheimer’s disease

The prevalent test to identify Alzheimer’s and dementia has its flaws, but now a team of international scientists has developed a new blood test that can reliably predict the disease accurately.


Traditionally, brain imaging, cell analysis, and other methods are used to identify Alzheimer’s. These include lumbar puncture, in which a tube can be inserted in the lower part of the waist and analyzed by taking cerebrospinal fluid coming from the brain. Then tau proteins and amuloids are detected in them. This process is very expensive and painful.

People in their 40s and 50s who try to lose weight run the risk of getting Alzheimer’s disease.

A recent study indicated that attempting to lose weight in middle age (between the ages of 40 and 60) can negatively impact the brain. Middle-aged weight reduction raises the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according to US experts at the Boston University School of Medicine. Researchers from the United States and China analysed data from the Framingham Heart Study, which followed people of Massachusetts for four decades.

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Your retina can reveal mental health or disease

Thinning of the retina of the eye is a sign of cerebral palsy. Photo: File

New research on the eyes has revealed that the stripes on the back of the retina, a sensitive tissue that senses light in the eye, may be related to mental capacity and health.

The most important disease in this regard is Alzheimer’s which gradually destroys the mental capacity. The disease progresses quietly but it is too late when severe symptoms appear. However, the day is not far off when eye examination can predict the condition prematurely, which is a common and severe form of dementia.

According to Ashley Bert Young, a professor at the University of Otago in New Zealand, and her research colleagues, eye examinations can be used to diagnose mental illness, especially Alzheimer’s. According to him, mental condition and mental condition can be examined through the window of eyes.

Ten years ago, it was discovered that the retina of Alzheimer’s patients tends to get thinner and thinner. Then, in 2018, it was discovered that Alzheimer’s has three eye conditions, including cataracts and aging-related blindness or AMD.

The University of Otago began the study in the 1970s. One thousand babies born in the 70’s were enrolled in the study. All the children had their eyes opened in the same hospital. Now, 50 years later, 865 adults have been examined who underwent various eye scans at the age of 45. In addition, all participants underwent other eye tests.

In the final examination, the thickness of the layers of retina and ganglion cells of all participants was carefully noted. Now, those who had thin retinas performed poorly in the brain and acquisition tests, that is, even in adolescence and even in childhood, they were behind others in these tests.

But retinal detachment has not been linked to overall cerebral palsy. All the children were mentally retarded at an early age. But statistical analysis has shown that the abnormal decrease in retinal thickness indicates that there is some reduction in brain, mental and cognitive capacity.

However, scientists have stressed the need for further research and more extensive studies will be carried out in the next phase.

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