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Beta Carotene Could Protect You From Alzheimer's

Eating foods rich in beta carotene could protect you from Alzheimer's disease.

Researchers say beta carotene protects against the declines in memory that precede the disease. But you can t just take it for a little while and expect results.

Researchers say the people who benefited took the supplements for about 18 years.

Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia and currently affects more than 13 million people worldwide.

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