Cocoa flavonoids might help to preserve cognitive function as we age.
Scientists are now examining the usefulness of a version of vitamin B1 as a supplement for patients with Alzheimer’s-associated MCI.
A potential supplement for mild cognitive impairment, (2-HOBA), was well-tolerated in a small clinical trial.
Five are not widely known: plamalogens, ashwagandha, lion’s mane, curcumin, and low-dose lithium. Two are familiar, but their aid to cognition is less publicized: caffeine and green tea.