Phenolic Acids, Flavonoids, Champagne Consumption and Dementia Risk Reduction (NHS Choices / Antioxidants and Redox Signaling)

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Summary

Over-interpretation of a recent (2013) piece of animal-based research led some press commentators to insinuate that champagne / white wine consumption might have a role in reducing the risk of dementia in humans. The following NHS ChoicesBehind the Headlines critical appraisal offers a due sense of perspective and reminds readers that it probably won’t.

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No hard evidence champagne can prevent dementia. London: NHS Choices Behind the Headlines, November 9th 2015.

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Reference

Corona, G. Vauzour, D. [and] Hercelin, J. [et al] (2013). Phenolic acid intake, delivered via moderate champagne wine consumption, improves spatial working memory via the modulation of hippocampal and cortical protein expression / activation. Antioxidants and Redox Signaling. November 10th 2013, Vol.19(14), pp.1676-89. (Click here to view the PubMed…

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