Making this simple change to your diet could cut risk of Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers at the University of California looked at people with early memory decline and found that eating one particular fruit, twice a day, could have huge benefits

Eating a handful of grapes twice a day could stave off the ravages of Alzheimer’s disease and boost memory, new research claims. Scientists discovered that grapes protected against decline in Alzheimer-related areas of the brain. The study of people with early memory decline also discovered that grapes boosted attention and working memory performance. Low metabolic activity in these areas of the brain is a hallmark of early stage Alzheimer’s disease. The pilot study, carried out by the University of California - Los Angeles, found that there was significant change within six months of eating grapes twice a day. Read more.

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