3. Refined Carbs
They may not necessarily taste sweet, but they are quickly converted into sugar in the body and quickly converted into sugar in the body. Refined carbohydrates are products of processed grains such as maize, wheat, oats and other grains. This is because the refining process removes fibre and nutrients from the original grains and converts them into sugar.
Studies have shown that children who eat refined carbohydrates perform worse on non-verbal intelligence tests. Older people who consume more than half of their daily calories of carbohydrates are more likely to suffer from mental disabilities and dementia than those who consume more whole grains, fruits and vegetables. A carbohydrate-rich meal is a high glycemic load that pushes up blood sugar. This causes the same problems as low sugar consumption, including the development of dementia.