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Like many herbs that are packed with antioxidants, turmeric has an important role to play in neurodegenerative disease and the effects of free radicals on healthy parts of the body. In the case of Alzheimer’s, adding turmeric to your daily or weekly diet is a very good idea, considering that this herb is packed with an active ingredient named curcumin. This compound is one of the most potent antioxidants of which we know, and it can stimulate the circulatory system to deliver fresh oxygenated blood to the small capillaries of the brain, thus maintaining cognitive activity and strength.

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