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Junk Food Diet May Cause Long-term Brain Damage

The link between diet and brain health has been well established, with research showing that a so-called Western diet high in saturated fats and simple sugars may trigger Alzheimer’s disease. Research also shows that people who suffer from Alzheimer’s tend to have lower levels of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine, whichRead

Data Links Cannabis Use to Decreased Dementia Risk

Subjective cognitive decline (SCD), “the self-reported experience of worsening or more frequent confusion or memory loss,” affects about 11% of adults over 45 years of age. Because it involves a personal perception of mental decline before the appearance of objective cognitive issues, it is often the earliest noticeable symptom ofRead

Can Multivitamins Improve Cognitive Aging?

Third major study finds evidence that daily multivitamin supplements improve memory and slow cognitive aging in older adults Today I want to share with you an article published in Science Daily based upon a study referred to as The COSMOS trial The trial results suggest that the daily consumption of multivitamin supplementsRead

The Vitamin Solution for Better Memory

As our population ages, Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and dementia continue to pose significant challenges in the field of healthcare. Nearly 7 million Americans currently live with AD, and that number is expected to almost double by the year 2050. Alzheimer’s was the fifth-leading cause of death among people age 65Read


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