The cause of Alzheimer’s disease is not yet fully understood, but believed to be a combination of genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors.
A recent study at the University of California looked whether eating grapes can fight the effect of Alzheimer’s disease. The research was led by Dr. Daniel H. Silverman, who worked with people with early memory decline.
They broke the volunteers into 2 groups, one that received whole grape powder and another that received a placebo powder that looked and tasted like the grape powder.
The study results showed that the “grape group” had positive changes in brain metabolism improved performance of the working memory. Also, Grape polyphenols help promote antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. Research suggests that grapes may help support brain health by working in multiple ways, from reducing stress in the brain to promoting healthy blood flow.
So, keep eating grapes every day will preserve healthy metabolism, prevent decline of brain metabolism, and improve both memory and attention.