Supplements: Serine supplement linked to Alzheimer’s disease – ‘New evidence’

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Meanwhile, a study conducted in the United States has found antioxidants could reduce a person’s likelihood of developing dementia.

Published in the journal Neurology earlier this month, the scientist found levels of antioxidants such as lutein and zeaxanthin equated to a reduced risk of the condition.

Dr James Connell, Head of Research at Alzheimer’s Research UK said: “Research suggests that oxidative stress can contribute to damage to brain cells in the diseases that cause dementia.

“While they may have protective effects, studies to date that have examined the link between antioxidants and the risk of dementia have generated mixed findings.”



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