Grape Juice to Improve Memory?
I just came across an article that suggests drinking grape juice can reduce memory loss:
Scientists from the University of Cincinnati’s psychiatry department carried out a study which involved 12 people with early memory loss drinking pure 100 per cent Concord grape juice for 12 weeks…
The results showed an improvement the longer the trial went on in the half of the group who were drinking the juice, which is made from grapes grown in the Concord region of New Hampshire, USA.
Experts believe this proves the brain-boosting powers of antioxidants contained in the skin and juice of the grapes.
I wonder if there is any benefit for people who don’t have memory loss. Would eating any food high in antioxidants have the same effect? (E.g., prunes)