Archive for the ‘Memory’ Category

Common Meds May Increase Dementia Risk by 50 Percent

News headlines grabbed the attention of many in the past few days with the findings that anticholinergic medications may lead to dementia.

Adaptogens, Stress, and the HPA Axis

Over 75 percent of patient visits to primary care physicians are due to stress. Nutritional support with adaptogenic herbs can help to improve stress tolerance and restore vitality.

Bromelain for Body Repair, Gluten and Biofilm Breakdown

Bromelain, which is a type of enzyme, has a long-standing track record for trash removal and natural repair of the body’s daily wear and tear.

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.

Western Diet Causes Cycle of Brain Damage and Obesity

Ongoing research shows us from a health perspective just how bad Western diets are to the human brain and metabolism.

Heart Health and Alzheimer’s Connected

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

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.

Magnesium: A Notable Mineral Essential for Life

The list of activities that magnesium is involved with is like the Who’s Who of elite physiology. Discover why magnesium is one mineral you don’t want to be lacking.

Memory Neurotransmitter & Gut Health Linked

Do you have trouble remembering names, lose your keys more frequently, or have a lack of motivation? If so, you may need to boost your acetylcholine, known as the memory neurotransmitter.