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Juice may help prevent Alzheimer's disease

By Brandigal (Donna)     Jan 22, 2007 in Health
Drinking juices can help protect you from Alzheimer's disease.
A new study has shown that drinking fruit juice or vegetable juice more than 3 times a week cuts the risk factor of getting Alzheimer's disease by 76%. If you have it once or twice a week, it is cut by 16%.
Antioxidants are high in juices and they are needed to help fight the disease. You want to drink juices that are 100% pure juice.
2,000 adults were studied by Seattle researchers for the last 10 years.
"The theory is that the brain accumulates damage due to oxidation as we age, and if you can protect the brain from that damage you can protect the person from Alzheimer's disease and other causes of dementia," said Dr. Eric Larson
Glad I drink pure juices. This is a great find in the prevention of this terrible disease.
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