Obese Subjects Brains Smaller Than Healthy Weight Brains

Love to Eat| A new brain-imaging study by researchers at UCLA and the University of Pittsburg finds that the brains of overweight and obese subjects were on average 4% and 8% smaller, respectively, than the brains of those who were at a healthy weight—evidence, according to UCLA neurology professor and study author Paul Thompson, of “severe brain degeneration.” Read on in Scientific Food | Diet Facts.