Packed with powerful benefits for your brain, it’s smart to super-size your servings of these tasty foods to boost your brainpower.Read More »
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Ayurvedic medicine uses ashwagandha to improve memory and cognitive function. In this study, 50 adults over age 35 with memory loss, a diagnosis of early dementia, or an impaired score on a standard mental- state exam took a placebo or 300 mg of ashwagandha twice per day for eight weeks.Learn More
A new discovery links vitamin K with the protective sheaths and membranes around neurons; the nerve cells that process and transmit signals in the brain and body. Earlier studies found vitamin K supports memory, and cognition can decline when drugs deplete vitamin K, leading doctors to test for a link between vitamin K and cognition in older adults.Read More »
Good results in pilot studies lead to larger trials. Here are some of the most promising recent findings.Learn More
Why haven’t people been eating these all along if they are so good for us? The truth is chia seeds have been consumed for centuries. Aztec warriors used to eat these tiny seeds while hunting for a boost in energy and stamina. They may also help with weight management and overall wellness.Read Review
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