Can a daily drink slow Alzheimer’s?

elderly man drinking
Researchers are investigating whether a nutrient-rich drink, sold in some pharmacies, could provide a way to slow the disease A new study conducted by neurology researchers has discovered potential evidence that a nutrient-rich diet could slow the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Two previous trials of a multinutrient supplement drink called Souvenaid have shown significantly improved

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