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Reduce The Rate of Cognitive Decline with Flavonols (New Study)

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Apr 28 2023, 5:29 pm

Do you think it's because they suppress mast cell activiation? Therefore, reducing inflammation in the brain.



Mar 04 2023, 9:01 pm

Thank you for your lovely work!!! Hiere ist the graph in ralation to the density of kaempferol:

In this new study from the Rush University Medical Center Chicago, the researchers have demonstrated an association of reduced cognitive decline with the daily intake of flavonols. This was a prospective cohort study with 961 participants who were followed for 6.9 years. Let's review this study to identify food and fruits that can be valuable for our and our patient's cognitive abilities.

Association of Dietary Intake of Flavonols With Changes in Global Cognition and Several Cognitive Abilities | Neurology

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