FOOD SUPPLEMENTS: THEIR EFFECTS ON THE BODY
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Dr. Sally Frautschy, UCLA found that animal diets rich in curcumin, a compound in the curry spice turmeric, reduced the accumulation of beta-amyloid protein in their brains. Rats treated with curcumin fared better in memory-dependent maze tests than did rats on normal diets. In
India where foods are loaded with turmeric just 1% of the people over 65 get Alzheimer's.
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