Supplements

Explore our research in medical journals and other media revealing a number of supplements that have been reported to assist cognition maintenance in at least some patients.

Recent Articles

Cocoa for Cognitive Warmth

Cocoa flavonoids might help to preserve cognitive function as we age.

Ashwagandha to Combat Cognitive Impairment

Ashwagandha might have cognitive protective effects through antioxidant, cholinergic, and other mechanisms of action.

High-Plasmalogen Diets May Help Mild Cognitive Impairment

Increasing a patient’s intake of mussels, scallops, other types of seafood or by taking a daily plasmalogen supplement could help with MCI.

Green Tea to Battle Cognitive Decline

Green tea is well tolerated, and evidence suggests a protective effect against cognitive decline.

Curcumin Combats Cognitive Impairment

There is growing evidence that curcumin can positively impact cognitive function and protect against cognitive decline.

Lion’s Mane to Combat Cognitive Decline

Lion’s mane is a medicinal mushroom available in supplement form. Research shows that it can help with a variety of health problems, including cognitive decline.

Low-Dose Lithium to Combat Cognitive Decline

Overall, there is significant scientific evidence that low-dose lithium is beneficial and may defend against cognitive decline.

Caffeine for Cognition

Caffeine can be beneficial for brain health as long as you drink it in moderation.