Don’t want Alzheimer’s? Eat grapes twice a day (but be warned: the study was funded by growers of the fruit in California)


Eating a handful of grapes could stave off Alzheimer’s disease and boost memory, scientists claim.

Just two portions of the popular fruit helps to protect against early signs of cognitive decline, a new study found.

While consuming the finger food for just six months also helped to significantly boost memory, according to research funded by grape-growers.

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