Archive for the ‘Brain Health’ Category

Vitamin K: It Helps More Than Just Bones

Vitamin K2 has an excellent reputation for supporting bone health. While this is often the entire focus of vitamin K2, its capabilities and effects on health goes well beyond bones.

Fisetin: A Smart Nutrient

Fisetin is a hidden gem in the world of nutrition. Like resveratrol and curcumin, but lesser talked about, fisetin is a super nutrient. Known as a “smart” nutrient that supports cognition.

The Best Form of Vitamin E for Health

Studies support the fact that tocotrienols are far superior to regular d-alpha tocopherol for supporting cardiovascular health. Discover what to look for in a quality supplement.

Heart Health and Alzheimer’s Connected

A newly published research article connects brain and heart health into a very interesting perspective.

Low Thyroid Hormone and Brain Inflammation in CFS

There is an underlying theme between thyroid function and CFS — neuroinflammation and dysfunctional metabolism. There is an additional need for brain and metabolic support here. Learn how to help.

High Quality Fish Oil is Extremely Valuable to Health

DHA in fish oil is the most biologically useful omega-3 fatty acid. It is of extreme value to your health, but regretfully lacking in the American diet. Supplementation is a great way to get your DHA.

3 Key Nutrients to Take If You Drink Alcohol

The holidays are full of celebrating! With this comes the potential to drink more. Alcohol depletes some certain nutrients, so be sure to protect your health and help your body clear toxins….

The Mighty Mitochondria

Your mitochondria are your cell’s engines that make energy. Learn how to support mitochondrial health!

Taking a Fish Oil Supplement? Quality Matters

You may have heard that you should be taking a fish oil supplement. However, not all fish oil is the same! Use these tips to ensure you are taking a high quality fish oil supplement.

Omega-3 DHA and Phosphatidylserine: Two Are Better Than One

Omega 3 fish oil (DHA) and phosphatidylserine (PS) are two types of fat needed for brain function and structure. Both are important for brain health, but when combined the effects are compounded.