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Luteolin has also been shown to slow cognitive decline in old mice. Mice that were given luteolin in their diet had brains that functioned much like their younger counterparts.
Contrary to common wisdom, celery stalks don’t contain a very significant amount of luteolin (1.4 mg/100 g), only celery leaves (18 mg) do. The most significant amount is found in globe artichokes (42 mg), but I’m not sure how much of that is actually found in the edible parts of the plant. Sage and thyme also contain large amounts of luteloin (30-50 mg). [Source: phenol-explorer.eu]