Hallo, Insulin is present in brain and is absolutely necessary for development of brain:
Cognition in brain (Duarte 2012)In brain insulin regulates both peripheral and central glucose metabolism and is therefore associated with neuroprotective properties.
Insulin signaling in brain is positively associated with learning, memory, and negatively with age related neurodegenerative diseases.
Insulin resistance in brain has been also been associated with diabetes and aging in CNS with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) considered to be the “brain-type diabetes.”
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