12. Accentuates Alzheimer’s disease
If protein excess is not flushed out of the body, it can accumulate as beta amyloid plaques in the brain. These form a meshwork of fibrils inside the brain and present hurdles in neurotic transmission mechanism. The damage caused by such an action is mostly irreversible. Patients present with various memory, language and orientation problems. When this condition worsens, it leads to clinical dementia.