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Researchers found three specific antioxidants have been linked to lower dementia risk

There is a link found between these foods and dementia risk.

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An Lower Risk of Dementia Was Associated with These Three Antioxidants

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Having These Three Antioxidants in Your Diet May Reduce Your Chances of Developing Dementia, Chris Kissell conducted research at the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health. Analgesic effects of lutein, Kale Spinach Succulent, new parsley Celery Broccoli Lettuce Snack on these nutritious green peas! The Brussel Sprout Squash is in season in the summer. Antioxidant derived from yellow corn (zeaxanthin). Chili pepper in orange Citrus juice, also known as orange juice Melon de honeydew Mango. Orange Carotene (beta-cryptoxanthin) Papaya Tangerines Persimmon. While promising, these results do not provide conclusive evidence that a diet rich in these foods and in antioxidants will reduce the risk of dementia. Authors of the study warn that the use of a single blood sample to determine antioxidant levels has limitations. In light of this, it’s possible that the test may not have accurately reflected the lifetime levels of antioxidants in the blood of the study subjects.