High Antioxidant Activity Reverse Age-Induced Decreases in Cerebellar beta-Adrenergic Function – (10-17-02)

High Antioxidant Activity Reverse Age-Induced Decreases in Cerebellar beta-Adrenergic Function and Increases in Proinflammatory Cytokines

While this article has some very interesting aspects (including the ability to reverse damage to the brain), clinically, the ability of spirulina to lower TNF-alpha levels was most significant. This would definitely put spirulina on the necessary list of nutrients with the potential to positively affect conditions such as Crohn’s and rheumatoid arthritis.

J. Neurosci. — Abstracts: Gemma et al. 22 (14): 6114

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