Fighting Alzheimer’s… with Camembert and Red Wine

We might add that a beret on your head and a baguette under your arm will lay dementia low once and for all; however, it seems some part of this symbolic “Frenchiness”, in dietary terms, really does help the fight back against cognitive decline. An American study, carried out in the UK, has shown the impact these comestibles, namely red wine and cheese, might have in counteracting the effects of “senile dementia” linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

https://fr.news.yahoo.com/fromage-vin-rouge-allies-demence160949415.html

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/cheese-wine-brain-alzheimers-study-b1774799.html

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