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Abstract Title:

Nutraceutical Approaches of Autophagy and Neuroinflammation in Alzheimer's Disease: A Systematic Review.

Abstract Source:

Molecules. 2020 Dec 18 ;25(24). Epub 2020 Dec 18. PMID: 33353228

Abstract Author(s):

Reinhard Gruendler, Berit Hippe, Vesna Sendula Jengic, Borut Peterlin, Alexander G Haslberger

Article Affiliation:

Reinhard Gruendler

Abstract:

Aging and the emergence of age-associated illnesses are one of the major challenges of our present society. Alzheimer's disease (AD) is closely associated with aging and is defined by increasing memory loss and severe dementia. Currently, there are no therapy options available that halt AD progression. This work investigates three hallmarks of the disease (autophagy, neuroinflammation, and senescence) and systematically analyzes if there is a beneficial effect from three substances derived from food sources, the so called"nutraceuticals"epigallocatechin gallate, fisetin, and spermidine, on these hallmarks. The results imply a positive outlook for the reviewed substances to qualify as a novel treatment option for AD. A combination of nutraceutical substances and other preventive measures could have significant clinical impact in a multi-layered therapy approach to counter AD.

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