There is growing evidence that curcumin can positively impact cognitive function and protect against cognitive decline.
Coconut oil’s (CO) likely benefit for some cases of cognition loss, and even possibly Alzheimer’s disease, was ignored in a recent New York Times column by Jane Brody, the eminent science writer.
Persicaria minor, also known as small smartweed, has a high antioxidant content and has been used as a supplement for mood and memory.
The science of neuroplasticity has taught us that the brain is always capable of change. Keeping the brain active by reading, playing cards, quilting, watching the evening news, having fun with BTGs, or looking at old photo albums may well help some people maintain their memory and mental agility
Increasing a patient’s intake of mussels, scallops, other types of seafood or by taking a daily plasmalogen supplement could help with MCI.