Vitamin and Mineral Guide
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Alzheimer’s disease: More omega-3 can cut your risk in half
Can multivitamins protect us against dementia and cognitive decline?
Depression, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease are linked to oxidative stress in the brain
Lack of vitamin B3 increases your risk of dementia, neurological disorders, and aggression
Lack of vitamin C can impair older people’s memory and other cognitive skills
Mediterranean diet and stable blood sugar levels prevent the development of Alzheimer’s disease
Plenty of sleep cleanses the brain and protects against Alzheimer’s disease etc.
Selenium boosts the formation of new brain cells
Selenium supplements have a positive effect on brain health and Alzheimer’s disease
There is a link between Alzheimer’s disease and magnesium deficiency
Vitamin B1 counteracts alcohol-induced dementia
Vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of dementia
Vitamin D plays an overlooked role in brain health
Vitamin D’s optimal effect on health and lifespan requires higher blood levels of the nutrient
Vitamin K prevents cell death in connection with Alzheimer’s disease
Zinc’s important role in the brain and nervous system
International Coenzyme Q10 Association