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8th March 2011 - New research

JAPANESE SAKE TRIPLES THE RISK OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE

BMC Neurology [2010] 10 : 111 (Fukushima W, Miyake Y, Tanaka K, Sasaki S, Kiyohara C, Tsuboi Y, Yamada T, Oeda T, Miki T, Kawamura N, Sakae N, Fukuyama H, Hirota Y, Nagai M) Complete abstract

Drinking the Japanese rice wine Sake has been found to triple the likelihood of developing Parkinson's Disease. Sake has been drunk in Japan for over a thousand years, and is often used in ceremonies in Japan. It is now drunk all over the world. For more information go to Sake. Some studies have previously found that alcohol lessens the likelihood of Parkinson's Disease. However, the majority of studies did not find any significant association. This study also found no association between drinking alcohol consumption and Parkinson's Disease, apart from the considerable effect of Sake. For more current news go to Parkinson's Disease News.

 

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