By: Dr. Pascale Michelon
Do you like the sweet smell of cinnamon? A new study shows that the compound that causes that bright smell may help prevent the development of tau protein tangles, the tangles that notoriously form in brains affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Are we to conclude that cinnamon can play a role in fighting Alzheimer’s? Maybe, maybe not. Let’s see why. Continue reading
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