Mushrooms 'can reduce dementia' by boosting nerves in the brain
|Mushrooms 'can reduce dementia' by boosting nerves in the brain||Darrell Miller||01/31/17|
January 31, 2017 10:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Mushrooms 'can reduce dementia' by boosting nerves in the brain
Dementia is a serious issue for the elderly. There isn't too much known about it. Here one option for possibly lessening the chances of it is mentioned. Mushrooms can help. They help the nerves in the brain. It's definitely work a look, especially if dementia runs in your family or if you are just concerned about it in general.
- Mushrooms 'can reduce dementia' by boosting nerves in the brain.
- A study of eleven types of mushrooms - some already used for medicinal purposes - found they increased grey matter by raising production of a chemical called NGF (nerve growth factor.)
- "Regular consumption of the mushrooms may reduce or delay development of age-related neuro-degeneration."
"Current drug therapy for neuro-degenerative diseases is ineffective with many side effects - and it only provides a short-term delay in progression."