Probiotics may help reduce memory problems in Alzheimer’s patients
A new study says that the bacteria found in yogurt and other foods may help improve thinking and memory for people with Alzheimer’s disease.
Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that tries to protect against health conditions like eczema, allergies, cold, tooth decay and indigestion.
The researchers conducted an initial study in which they found Alzheimer’s disease patients who drink milk daily have improvement in memory and thinking abilities.
Alzheimer’s is a serious disease that starts slowly and gets worse over time. The disease destroys memory and other important mental functions.