Has anyone looked at the research linking d-ribose consumption in rodents with cognitive impairments? (apologies if it's been discussed somewhere else on this forum). This was posted on another webpage a couple of days ago: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/ar... found that long-term,for the high dose group . I am somewhat worried as I take d-ribose regularly - it gives me a noticeable boost. (I use a maximum of about 10 g a day and I weigh about 66 kg, so that works out to about 0.152 g/kg per day, which is less than half the low dose given to the rats (0.375 g/kg per day)). I did a bit of further searching on the internet and found this review in a fairly respected journal (impact factor c. 5.7): https://www.frontiersin.org/article...ngs indicate that D,in the generation of AGEs. Any comments? Anyone with a good knowledge of brain biochemistry?