Cranberry Active Memory and Help to Combat The Severe Gum Disease
Study found that cranberries may help stimulate the memory and to combat the severe gum disease when added to food.
Researchers at the University of Rding and Benninciola of medical school in the city of Plymouth in Britain said that the improvement in the activity of memory begins in the third week of the start of dealing with this fruit and will continue until the twelfth week.
According to the study, published in the "Free Radical''s biological journal", the substance Filawoonoidz in the berries, which improvement the memory activity in part responsible for the learning and memory in the brain.
Dr. Matt Whiteman Benninciola Medical School in Plymouth, said, "This study does not indicate that eating cranberries useful, but also provide evidence that can be added to food to increase the memory to store information and performance in the future.
At the same time, Canadian researchers said that one of cranberry varieties help to combat the severe gum disease because of it contains anti-inflammatory substances.
The study, prepared by Julie Labrkio from the University of Laval, that the articles of natural in one of the types of cranberry and a cherry, turquoise, contains the components of combat bacteria that accumulate in the teeth under the gums.
Labrkio said "We know that brushing teeth including the string to remove the remnants of food and sediments is useful to avoid gum disease." She added that the study that we have had berries showed its effectiveness in combating bacteria, which may lead testing our will in the future to develop drugs for the treatment of severe gingival inflammation.