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Tags: alzheimer's, cognitive decline, depression, memory, memory problems, mild cognitive impairment, Parkinson's, phosphatidylserine, supplements
A recent study suggests that resveratrol, substance found in red wine and red grapes, may be a possible protection against hearing loss and cognitive decline. Lead author Michael D. Seidman, division director at Henry Ford Hospital said that resveratrol is a potent chemical that appears to protect against the inflammatory process of the body relative to aging, hearing loss and cognition. According to Dr. Seidman, the study focused mainly on the effect of resveratrol on bioinflammation, the body’s response to injury and thought to be the cause of a lot of health problems including cancer, aging, Alzheimer’s disease and hearing […]
Continue reading Resveratrol Protects Against Hearing Loss
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Tags: cognitive decline, hearing loss, resveratrol
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