29 December 2011Last updated at 05:12 By Helen Briggs Health editor, BBC News website Diet affected tests of memory and thinking skills A diet rich in vitamins and fish may protect the brain from ageing while junk food has the opposite effect, research suggests. Elderly people with high blood levels of vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids had less brain shrinkage and better mental performance, a Neurology study found. Trans fats found in fast foods were linked to lower scores in tests and more shrinkage typical of Alzheimer's. Alzheimer's: Diet 'can stop brain shrinking'
This text is an extract from the third chapter of Mécréance et Discrédit: Tome 2. Les sociétés incontrôlables d'individus désaffectés (Paris: Editions Galilée, 2006), published as a working paper for the Ars Industrialis seminar, “Suffering and consumption,” 25 February 2006, translated by Patrick Crogan and Daniel Ross, August 2006. “One is not serious when one is seventeen.” Rimbaud “Whoever wants to hang his dog pretends that he's angry.” The Disaffected Individual in the Process of Psychic and Collective Disindividuation
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