Sour grapes may prevent Alzheimer’s

An antioxidant found in grapes may help prevent the development of Alzheimer’s disease, according to researchers at a US university.

The study conducted on mice found that the amount of a substance in the brain connected with the causing Alzheimer’s disease memory loss was reduced after treatment with the grape antioxidant.

The grape antioxidant is found in everyday foods and drinks such as red wine.

Read more at University of Minnesota