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Folic Acid to Boost Memory?


Folic acid has become one of the most prominent and essential vitamins in the human diet. It’s responsible for a wide range of processes and reactions occurring in the body. Due to folic acid being able to cross the blood-brain barrier, it’s known to have effects on the brain’s development and function as we grow older.  While we continue to learn the importance of this vitamin, there are plenty of questions that remain -- including whether or not folic acid can improve your memory. Of course, more research is needed surrounding the subject, but some studies show that it does have an effect on memory.  It should be noted that a majority of these studies support folic acid for memory...
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Folic Acid May Reduce Age-Related Memory Problems


Did you know that over 16 million people in the United States will suffer from age-related memory problems? That’s nearly 40% of everyone over the age of 65 years old, making it one of the most common issues faced by elders.  Age-related memory problems, also known as mild cognitive impairment (MCI), is something every human being will go through at some point in their lives. While our bodies work extremely hard to repair itself and maintain proper functioning, they won’t be able to do this forever. Eventually, your body will start to age and your brain is no different.  It’s one of the more frustrating parts of life. It won’t matter how much you exercise, how well your diet is,...
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Vitamin B9 and How Folic Acid Affects Dementia


As we grow older, it’s normal for our brains to experience something called cognitive decline. This is when our brains start to become weak and aren’t able to function as well as they used to. It’s a natural part of the aging process and will happen to everyone at some point in their life.  As humans, our main goal is to put our body in a position that slows this cognitive decline and keeps our brains functioning at peak performance for as long as possible. Unfortunately, this isn’t a reality for most people and cognitive decline will start to take over their quality of life.  We see this often in dementia patients, where they start to experience memory loss, the...
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Best Vitamins and Minerals to Improve Memory


The brain is easily the most complex organ in your entire body. Packed with nearly 90 billion neurons, the brain is responsible for everything including our movement, speech, thoughts, the function of our other organs, and most importantly our ability to remember things.  Our memory is what makes us such unique individuals. It’s what allows us to form long-term relationships, it helps us learn from past mistakes, and it helps give us a reason to continue stepping through life.  Unfortunately, our memory will get worse as we grow older -- much like the rest of our organs. The parts of our brain that control memory will begin to deteriorate as we age and time will take its toll on us. ...
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Children, Language Development and Folic Acid


Having a child is one of the most -- if not the most -- rewarding journeys you’ll experience in your life, but it will come with a wide range of challenges and responsibilities. One of those responsibilities is making sure your child remains healthy on a daily basis, especially in the early years when growth and development is at its peak.  While your child’s first steps will likely be one of the first major milestones you record, their first words will be one of the most memorable moments of their young life -- at least for their parents. Because of this, you’ll want to monitor their language development closely and ensure they’re being raised in an environment that encourages their...
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