Ayurvedic Herb Helps Menopause-Related Anxiety & Cognitive Decline

Menopause is a rollercoaster ride of changes for most women. As hormone levels drop off precipitously, women begin to experience a range of physical and emotional symptoms. Now, researchers have identified an Ayurvedic herb — Tinospora cordifolia — that may help with two of the most common menopause-related issues: anxiety and cognitiveRead

Vitamin K2 May Help Aging Brains

Scientists continue to unravel the connection between cognitive function and vitamin K. In a recent rat study from Antioxidants, vitamin K2 was shown to offer some protection against age-related cognitive impairments related to Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.   Study Details Mature rats were given menaquinone-7 (MK-7), a formRead

High-Fiber Diet Linked with Lowered Dementia Risk

Dietary fiber intake, especially soluble fiber was inversely associated with the risk of dementia among Japanese subjects aged 40–60, according to a new study in Nutritional Neuroscience. The study is part of a large-scale research project at the University of Tsukuba (the Circulatory Risk in Communities Study) involving 3739 JapaneseRead

Curcuma longa extract improves serum infammatory markers and mental health in healthy participants who are overweight: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

For Overweight Patients, Think Curcumin Curcumin can help your overweight patients by reducing inflammation and boosting their mood. Exciting new research from Nutrition Journal shows that Curcumin longa extract (CLE) helps lower the inflammatory marker C-reactive protein in healthy overweight people aged 50 to 69. But the benefits don’t endRead