Antioxidants demonstrate brain health benefits

By Shane Starling

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Dr David Vauzour, a post-doctorate fellow at the University of Reading, is leading research into how antioxidants may improve brain function - with animal studies throwing up interesting results.

At the NutraIngredients Antioxidants 2010 conference in Brussels, Dr Vauzour explained how the interaction between antioxidant compounds and the architecture of the brain can produce benefits such as reduced rates of neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration.

“Now we are moving forward using humans because the new technology such as MRI scans allows us to measure different compartments of the brains,” ​Dr Vauzour said.

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