Tag Archives: cognitive impairment

Higher vitamin C levels improve metabolism and lower the risk of dementia

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(NaturalHealth365) Integrative health experts have long maintained that a vitamin C deficiency can increase the risk of serious conditions such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes. In fact, according to the Environmental Working Group, up to 40 percent of the U.S. population (alone) suffer from inadequate levels of this essential nutrient – which sets the stage for chronic inflammation and ... Read More »

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Eating citrus fruits lowers risk of dementia by 23 percent, study finds

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(NaturalHealth365) New research is indicating that eating more oranges, grapefruits and other citrus fruits could help to offset the effects of age-related cognitive impairment and dementia. The research was conducted by scientists at Tohuku University in Japan. Keep in mind (no pun intended), that these benefits of eating citrus fruits were found to be substantial. In fact, there was as ... Read More »

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Magnesium is an important nutrient for preventing Alzheimer’s disease

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(NaturalHealth365) According to the CDC, more than 16 million older Americans suffer from cognitive impairment – a condition that is gradually stealing their memories and interfering with daily functioning. And the problem – which many experts say has reached “epidemic” levels – is expected to worsen exponentially as a generation of “baby boomers” approach their senior years with ever-increasing exposure ... Read More »

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Blueberries and strawberries reduce cognitive impairment in older adults

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(NaturalHealth365)  Did you know that eating blueberries and strawberries is one of the smartest things you can do to prevent cognitive impairment? Let’s face it: Nobody wants to experience dementia or any other brain disorder, but most people haven’t been told by their doctor how to prevent these conditions.  In fact, too often, a person’s loss of memory, inability to ... Read More »

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