E-Newsletter: December 21, 2015


Serving a bountiful feast to celebrate the holidays is a wonderful tradition honoring family and friends during the holiday season, but it’s important to include healthy food items on the menu, and these items can be surprisingly delicious.

As you’re prepping your menu selections for your upcoming holiday parties, think about including red wine, blueberries, grapes and dark chocolate. Not bad, right? All of these foods contain Resveratrol, a naturally occurring compound, and in a recent study, high doses of this ingredient were shown to stabilize levels of a brain protein linked to the progression if Alzheimer’s disease.

In this issue, you’ll learn more about the study linking Resveratrol to slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s as well as the rising costs of Alzheimer’s care, which far exceed those of heart disease and cancer care.

Your ALZinfo Team

Research Articles

Alzheimer’s Care Costs Far More Than Heart Disease or Cancer Care

December 15, 2015

Medical care for elderly people with Alzheimer’s disease and other Read More

Red Wine Ingredient, Resveratrol, Shows Hints of Promise for Alzheimer’s

December 15, 2015

High doses of an ingredient found in red wine and Read More

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