Alzheimer’s Neuroprotective Agent in Pomegranate Extract Possibly Identified

Alzheimer’s Neuroprotective Agent in Pomegranate Extract Possibly Identified
Researchers have identified urolithins are the molecules responsible for pomegranate extract’s apparent neuroprotective effectives against Alzheimer’s disease. The study, entitled “Pomegranate’s Neuroprotective Effects against Alzheimer’s Disease Are Mediated by Urolithins, Its Ellagitannin-Gut Microbial Derived Metabolites,” was published in ACS Chemical Neuroscience. Several animal studies have demonstrated that pomegranate has neuroprotective effects against Alzheimer’s disease (AD).

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