Forgetting things lately? You may be able to retain your memory simply by adding some flavorful drinks to your diet. Studies show that fruit and vegetable juices may slow the build-up of proteins that can cause damage to your brain cells. This damage may lead to the development of Alzheimer’s disease.
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine indicates red wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon may help reduce your risk of the memory-robbing disease because of the drink’s high content of resveratrol — an anti-inflammatory compound found in grapes.
Researchers recommend a four-ounce glass of wine each day. All of these may contribute to a 76 percent lower risk of Alzheimer’s.
If you don’t drink wine and are not partial to grapes and other foods containing resveratrol you can also take a resveratrol supplement. I take Advanced ResV Plus™ from Health Resources™.