grapes and cognitive impairment

Alzheimer’s disease is the cause of 60 to 80 % of cases of dementia ,there are some 25 million cases Worldwide which are expected to rise. Mild cognitive impairment identifies individuals with elevated risk for dementia, and some 10% a year progress to Alzheimer’s disease.Even age-associated memory impairment, formally called benign forgetfulness, may be associated…

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betaine, homocysteine and cognitive function in the elderly

One-carbon metabolites choline and homocysteine.are important for brain function. The relationship between the one-carbon metabolites choline. betaine. methionine and dimethylglycinc with cognition in elderly has been looked at by Simone et al in a population of elderly Dutch people as a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.Individuals (n 195) were randomized to receive daily oral capsules with either…

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