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How to Use a Common Vitamin for Memory Protection

Vitamin D deficiency can cause a slew of problems. Side effects of a vitamin D deficiency can include impaired immune function, decreased bone density, and depression. And now researchers have discovered that vitamin D is an essential vitamin for memory, too.
Here, we look at three benefits of vitamin … Read More

17 CoQ10 Benefits You Can Enjoy Yourself

CoQ10, or coenzyme Q10, is a naturally produced enzyme found in the mitochondria in every cell of your body. CoQ10 benefits include the making of ATP—the major energy source needed for cell growth and maintenance in powering several of the body’s biological processes. CoQ10 also functions as an  Read More

Avoiding Alzheimer’s Disease Caregiver Burnout

About 15 million Americans serve as an Alzheimer’s caregiver, an emotionally and physically exhausting job that can also be a strain on finances.[1] Caregivers often lose time for themselves and may find they can’t participate in their favorite sports or hobbies as much, take spontaneous trips, be gone from … Read More

8 Ways to Protect Yourself from Aluminum Poisoning

Paramount to protecting yourself from the toxic effects of aluminum poisoning is taking care to avoid ingesting it or exposing yourself to it through medications, skin care products, and other sources of aluminum contamination. But even with careful avoidance, aluminum is so abundant in the environment … Read More

Worried About Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s? Take Action Now

Do you think mild cognitive impairment (or “pre-dementia”) and Alzheimer’s affects only the old? Think again. Dementia symptoms now affect an increasing number of people in their 40s. The result: an increasing number of people being diagnosed with early-onset or younger-onset Alzheimer's.

Mild cognitive impairment is a loss of … Read More

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