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Vitamin E Can Add Value to Brain Health

Vitamin E has been studied for more than two decades to assess its ability to assist preservation of cognitive function with aging. Maybe it can help you, too.

Curcumin Adds Spice to Brain Health

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

L-Theanine: an Amino Acid in Tea to Help Mild Cognitive Impairment

An amino acid derived from the Camellia Sinensis plant and found in black, green, and white teas could help you relax and bolster your memory.

Cognition Improvement by Phosphatidylserine

Though evidence for cognitive improvement from phosphatidylserine is significant, taking in combination with an omega-3 fatty acid might aid in its efficacy.

Methylphenidate: a Possible Brain Stimulant

This attention deficit disorder medication could also help stimulate the minds in people with cognitive disorders.

Citicoline: A Potential Aid for Mild Cognitive Impairment

Citicoline may help mild cognitive impairment because of its important structural and signaling roles.

Cocoa for Cognitive Warmth

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

DHA: An Omega-3 Fatty Acid for Brain Health

Studies suggest that omega-3 supplementation might mitigate risk of cognitive decline in those with subjective cognitive complaints or MCI.

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.