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Old 10-20-2020, 02:12 PM #1
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Default Cognitive Decline and New Drug Research

I just heard a snippet about some research going on at UC Irvine for a drug to prevent/slow down Alzheimers and they are having trouble getting older folks to come in for the trials....then I thought of my precious Grape Seed Extract and how I believe/trust it's working for me in this area -- good memory and overall good health at 82.

Grape Seed Extract | Cognitive Function | Alzheimer's Disease
Scientific studies show that grape seed extract natural products reduce plaque formation& prevent cognitive impairment in animal models of Alzheimer's disease.
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Now, I have NO affiliation with the above company but have always trusted their information on what Grape Seed Extract does with the brain. Grape Seed Extract is sold just about everywhere supplements are sold. Just get on a good quality product.
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This could be the drug UC Irvine is testing..

UC Irvine Alzheimer's Disease Trial → Nicotinamide as an Early Alzheimer's Disease Treatment

And reading this, I have taken off and on niacinimide for arthritic issues...off it now, but may go back on it
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