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Alcohol is good for Alzheimer’s

16 December 2015


Drinking a glass of wine a day is linked to a lower risk of death in the early stages of Alzheimer’s, a study by the University of Copenhagen has found.

Alzheimer’s patients who drink a pint of beer or a large glass of wine every day were 77 per cent less likely to die than those who drank less!

You can see an abstract of the Study here.

The study did not include those with dysphagia and Alzheimer’s, but we can only presume alcohol in the same moderation would be useful.

If so – they don’t have to scoop thickener from a tin into a beer or glass of wine and hope it will be the right consistency. Our Slõ Bar contains sachets which can change their favourite beers and wines into Slõ Beer and Wine.

It will look and taste like ordinary beer and wine, it just flows slowly and is safer to swallow.

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