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Mediterranean-Keto Could Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s, Study Suggests

Winston-Salem, NC—Researchers at Wake Forest School of Medicine found that a modified Mediterranean-ketogenic diet could help reduce levels of Alzheimer’s markers, according to a...

Diet During Pregnancy Could Protect Children from Alzheimer’s Disease, Study Suggests

A high-fat diet during gestation may protect children against Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study from Temple University. Senior investigator Domenico Praticò, M.D., professor...

Dietary Intake of Phosphatidylcholine May Reduce Risk of Dementia, Study Says

Finland—Dietary intake of phosphatidylcholine is associated with enhanced cognitive performance and reduced risk of dementia, according to a new study from researchers at the...
Palm Oil Seed, Palm Oil, Oil Palm

Research Shows Tocotrienols from Palm Reduces Oxidative Stress and Neural Cell Damage

New research conducted by a group of researchers from Faculty of Medicine, International Islamic University Malaysia and Menoufia Medical School, Egypt demonstrates the potential...

Curcumin Shown to Improve Memory

Los Angeles, CA — There may be help for people suffering from memory problems. A new study, conducted at UCLA and published in The American...
NIH Brain Study Launches

NIH Seeks To Catalog Brain Cells

Bethesda, MD — The National Institutes of Health has launched a major effort to discover and catalog the brain’s “parts list.” The NIH’s Brain...
Vitamin Connection

A Better Understanding of Vitamin E

We have been chatting with Maret Traber, Ph.D., about her research on the basics of vitamin E function and now we can move on...
vitamin E

A Better Understanding of Vitamin E

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has now followed through on the 2000 DRI for vitamin E that we have been discussing with...

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