Strawberry Compound Fisetin Slows Cognitive Decline of Aging in Mouse Study

Strawberry Compound Fisetin Slows Cognitive Decline of Aging in Mouse Study
Researchers fed the antioxidant fisetin, found in strawberries and other fruits and vegetables, to mice for seven months and found that the compound partially protected the animals from age-associated cognitive decline. Fisetin’s effects correlated with the restoration of neuronal function and less brain inflammation. The results, which follows previous work with fisetin on a mouse model

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