Red wine may help to prevent memory loss
a compound found in common food such as red grapes and peanuts may help to prevent age related decline in memory.
According to Indian origin researchers a faculty member in Texas has been studying the potential benefits of resveratol, antioxidants that is found in the skin of red grapes as well as red wine, peanuts and some berries. Resveratol has been widely touted for it potential to prevent heart. Dr shetty has said that it has very good effects on the hippocampus, an area of brain that is critical to functions such as memory, learning and mood.
As both animal and human show a decline in cognitive capacity after middle age. The findings may have implications for treating memory loss. Resveratol may be helpful to people afflicted with severe neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer disease. Shetty and its team reported that treatment with resveratol had apparent benefits in terms of learning, memory, mood functions in aged rats. By contrast both spatial learning and memory improved in the resveratol. The Resveratol treated rats had improved blood flow and a lower level of chronic inflammation in the hippocampus. The study revealed resveratol treatment id very helpful in old age. I as an ayurvedic physician have combination of herbs in which dry skin of red grapes is used. So take ayurvedic herbs to prevent old age memory loss.