Posts Tagged ‘Vitamin B’

By On May 21st, 2013

B Vitamins Slow Brain Atrophy, Lower Risk Of Alzheimer’s

One key part of the process that attributes to the onset of Alzheimer’s disease is the atrophy of the brain in certain areas. Research conducted based on a two-year trial may have found a cure for that brain atrophy. John Thomas Didymus, of Digital Journal, reports that researchers concluded that patients taking high doses of…


By On February 21st, 2013

Debate Over Vitamin B Rages On

Australian researchers have concluded that vitamin B does not slow cognitive decline in individuals who have endured a stroke, which is contrary to what many previously believed. Vitamin B can reduce levels of the amino acid, homocysteine, which can slow the mind when it is present in high levels in the blood stream. However, as…


By On January 17th, 2013

Is Milkshake To Aide Early Dementia Patients Too Good To Be True?

Earlier this week, a so-called “brain boosting” milkshake hit stores in the UK. It contains omega 3 fatty acids, B vitamins and other nutrients that are said to increase brain cells used for memory and those in the early stages of dementia are being targeted as consumers. Jenny Hope, of the Daily Mail, reports that…


By On November 7th, 2012

Foods That Promote Brain Health

Natural cognitive decline can start as early as your 40’s, but there are ways to slow and delay that decline. One of the easiest is simply adding certain foods and vitamins to your diet. As reported by the Chicago CBS affiliate, Omega 3s play a big role in brain function. In fact, those with low…

Logo Logo

©2021 Brookhaven Hospital. All Rights Reserved.