Succession – Ali Mualla:
There are more than five million people with Alzheimer’s disease, and this number is constantly increasing, and the cause of the disease is unknown until now, but the disease is believed to be related to our lifestyle.
Nutritional research points to the importance of a healthy, balanced diet to support brain health and function.
Recent research also points to a group of foods that can increase brain metabolism to fight dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and memory disorders, so in this article we refer to new insights about the relationship between grapes and brain health.
Because low brain metabolic activity is a benefit for early Alzheimer’s patients, the study’s results showed that a diet high in grapes for about six months will protect the metabolic activity of brain regions from decline, according to the method’s website.
A diet high in grapes showed a significant increase in the activity of brain processes related to attention, performance and working memory, compared to diets without grapes.
This stimulating brain activity will fight Alzheimer’s disease, as the disease is linked to a decline in memory and cognitive skills.
The study showed improved cerebral metabolic and cognitive performance in some patients with dementia symptoms six months after adding 2 cups of grapes daily to their diet.
Grape polyphenols enhance antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. Brain health research has shown that grapes help prevent oxidative stress in the brain, which supports and improves blood flow, improving memory and fighting inflammation.