A recent research has revealed that a component found in red wine might be capable of being able to put up a tough fight against Alzheimer's disease. The name of this compound is resveratrol, and it is usually found in grapes. This is the reason why red wine might be capable of staving off the risk of alzhiemer's disease in the long run.
There are other studies that are of the view that the same compound might be found to be effective in treating diabetes as well as a number of other diseases as well.
This study might be responsible for more research to be done on the matter so that an effective medicine or treatment mode can be discovered to ward off the risk of Alzheimer's and a number of other diseases in the time to come.
"Most resveratrol studies showing any health benefits have been conducted in animal models, such as mice, and with doses that far exceed intake from sipping wine or nibbling on chocolate", said R. Scott Turner, M. D., Ph. D., Director of Georgetown University Medical Center's Memory Disorders Program, the lead author of the study.
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