Blueberry Salad Dressing May Help Fight Dementia
A team of scientists from Konkuk University, Chungju, in South Korea, suggest that drinking blueberry vinegar or using it as salad dressing could fight dementia.
With the help of the set of experiments, the researchers found that memory of mice with amnesia returned after they were fed with fermented food, including blueberry vinegar. After eating these products, the mice had more of a protein that fuels nerve cells and increased levels of a compound that is destroyed in dementia patients.
Professor Beong-Ou Lim says: “The study aimed to assess the neuronal protective effects of blueberry vinegar on memory impairment. Intriguingly, we found administrated blueberry vinegar at a dose of 120 mg/kg for a week prevented the amnesia model.”
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