Study Finds Red Wine Helps In Slowing Alzheimer’s Progress
In one of the recent studies it was found red wine may help in slowing down dementia. However, it is not as easy as it sounds. You need to drink 1,000 bottles a day to get the benefit.
Details of the study are published in the online edition of Neurology journal. Lead author Dr R. Scott Turner also mentioned the findings cannot be recommended as of now without further research.
The resveratrol found in red grapes is said to benefit to those who suffer with mild to moderate Alzheimer.
Resveratrol is also found in dark chocolate, peanuts and respberries.
The researchers from Georgetown University said reveratrol supports to amyloid-beta40 (Abeta40), which is a name to healthy protein. In Alzheimer patient the Abeta40 is found in less amount.
More than 100 Alzheimer patient participated in the study. All of them had the disease in soft or affordable level in a expanse of one year. Half of them were given placebos in the study and the rest were given resveratrol.
The highest dose tested in the study was one gram given two times a day and this was equivalent to the quantity found in 1,000 bottles of red wine.
Dr Turner added that the study revealed resveratrol to be safe and it is tolerable to human body. However, there were some common side-effects on the participants and those included diarrhoea, weight loss and nausea.
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