Compounds in Grape Seeds May Combat Alzheimer's

Tina Benitez
Issue: October 31, 2008

Compounds found in red wine and grape seeds may help treat and prevent Alzheimer's disease, according to new research. A study, published in The Journal of Neuroscience , found that polyphenols derived from grape seeds (compounds such as tannins, lignins and flavonoids) may be useful in fighting and preventing the degenerative disease, which attacks the brain.

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