Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Eating Citrus 2 Times A Day Can Lower Dementia Risk

The elderly should you get used to eating oranges every day. Because its function can reduce the risk of dementia or dementia by 23%, find a study.

Researchers from Tohuku University in Japan have found that citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons or limes may reduce the likelihood of brain cell damage. Claimed also 23% reduce the risk of dementia.

Because citric acid from these fruits contain chemical nobiletin. The research team analyzed more than 13,000 adults and the elderly to see how much dementia developed.

The respondents consume citrus fruit 2 times a day, for one week. They consume lemons and limes made into fresh drinks.

"Some biological studies showing oranges can have a preventive effect on cognitive impairment, so seniors are required to eat oranges to prevent dementia," the researchers said.

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