Open Access Review Article

Acetic Acid Bacteria Supplements that Possibly Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Tetsumori Yamashima*

Clinical Neuroscientist, Kanazawa University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Japan

Corresponding Author

Received Date: July 27,2020;  Published Date: August 24, 2020

By covalently modifying Hsp70.1 with dual functions of recycling damaged/aged proteins and stabilizing the lysosomal membrane, ‘hydroxynonenal’, which derive from ω-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid-rich vegetable oils (exogenous), and from membrane phospholipids and low density lipoprotein (intrinsic), may play crucial roles in the occurrence of Alzheimer’s neuronal death. Aldehyde dehydrogenase is known to participate in the removal of not only ethanol-derived acetaldehyde, but also ω-6 fatty acid-derived ‘hydroxynonenal’. Here, using acetic acid bacteria as supplements with the enzyme activity of aldehyde dehydrogenase, the author perspectively reviews the most reliable preventative strategy for Alzheimer’s disease.

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