Pomegranates Cut Alzheimer’s Risk

A recent study in middle-aged mice prone to develop beta-amyloid plaques examined the impact of pomegranate juice concentrate versus plain water on their ability to master a water maze. Beta-amyloid is a protein found in larger amounts in the brains of those with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The mice given the pomegranate juice were able to negotiate a water maze 35% more quickly than those given...

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