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Fruit for Thought?

New Study Shows Eating Apples and Drinking Apple Juice Today May Protect Brain Health Tomorrow

March 2004 (Newstream) -- A new study shows that an apple a day may do much more than keep the doctor away -- apple juice and apple products may reduce the effects of age-related brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease. According to new research conducted by the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, apple juice and apple products may have nutritional properties that promote memory and learning and maintain brain health.

The study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging this month examined both normal and genetically inferior mice at risk for diseases like Alzheimer's after a month-long diet of apple juice. The results showed that genetically deficient mice performed poorly without apple juice, but with apple juice, they performed as well as normal mice.

The new research also showed that drinking apple juice even counteracted the negative effects of a poor diet, aiding in memory and learning of mice given a vitamin-deficient diet. One reason the researchers believe that apple juice may be beneficial in memory and brain health could be linked to the high level of natural antioxidants found in apples.

This groundbreaking research suggests that eating apples and drinking apple juice today may protect brain health tomorrow. For more information on the nutritional value of apples and apple juice and new research findings, go to www.appleproducts.org or www.usapple.org.

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