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Over the past few decades, several spice-derived compounds such as curcumin (turmeric) and carnosic acid (rosemary) have been found to shield the brain from age related illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease.

This research into the protective effects of luteolin is yet another important study that shows how important spices are to brain health. Now scientists at the University of Illinois in the USA have found that luteolin protects the brain's microglial cells against inflammatory processes associated with illnesses, toxins and aging.
Microglia are protective immune cells specific to the brain and spinal cord. Their role is to protect neurons and other structures from pathogenic organisms and to remove dead or damaged nerve cells, plaques and other metabolic and pathogenic debris.


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