Does eating fungus protect you from poor memory?

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Eating two servings of mushrooms a week reduces the risk of poor memory and cognitive decline by half the average, according to a new study. This deterioration is a precursor to dementia and Alzheimer’s, and there is evidence that the antioxidants found in some foods protect the brain cells from this problem as they age.Eating two servings per week of mushrooms reduces the risk of cognitive decline by 50 percent

The new study was conducted at the University of Singapore, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s, and found that the combination of nutrients and antioxidants contained in mushrooms protects brain neurons from cognitive decline and poor memory.

The results showed that patients with cognitive decline and poor memory of moderate intensity do not have certain chemicals in the brain, and that the fungus contains natural chemical elements act as an alternative to these substances.

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