October 8, 2014
Resveratrol, a compound containing polyphenols, which are classified as antioxidants, have been shown to possess many health benefits which now are known to possibly include improvement in memory performance. A study done recently used a dose of 200mg/day of resveratrol as a dietary supplement and a placebo. Observing that: “This study provides initial evidence that supplementary resveratrol improves memory performance in association with improved glucose metabolism and increased hippocampal [functional connectivity] in older adults,” the study authors submit that: “Our findings offer the basis for novel strategies to maintain brain health during aging.”
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Diane Silverman R.Ph.
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