While scientists around the world have yet to find a cure for the world’s fifth-leading early death group of vong diseases, eating a single fruit with the skin can be incredibly helpful.
A group of scientists from the Dresen Technological University and the German Center for Neurodegenerative Disease have found that quercetin and 3,5-dihydroxybenzonic acid (DHBA) phytonutrients are found in the peel and flesh of apples. , can experiment with the production of new brain cells.
A Sci-News study citation says quercetin, one of the flavonoids (a group of antioxidants abundant in many fruits), is abundant in apples that promotes survival and differentiation of nerve cells. use in low concentrations (eg eating fruit). DHBA helps to increase the production of nerve precursors, promote nerve formation.
Apples are a type of fruit that can be eaten in many ways: directly, processed into salads, savory dishes, desserts or drinks.
This finding was recorded through experiments on mouse brains. Further research steps show that it also makes sense for humans. It can be said that the effects of eating apples and “loading” these substances are equivalent to the effects on the brain in exercise people.
The most beneficial area is the area of the brain involved in learning and memory (hippocampus). It is this weakening of this brain region that is linked to Alzheimer’s and other dementia, which is ranked 5th among the causes of global early mortality. This group of diseases is on the rise and there is still no cure.
So, according to the authors, it will be easy when you … try to eat apples more often. The research also paves the way for drug-based studies based on natural compounds.
The study has just been published online in the journal Stem Cell Reports.