CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) – People should stick to the salad rather than popping pills when it comes to what they need to feed their head according to a new report.
Rather than trying to preserve the memory by popping pills that have some of the same nutrients people should stick to healthy foods according to the report. It was released from Neurology and said certain B vitamins such as folic acid and B-12 do not help improve memory.
When researchers looked at nearly 3,000 people they looked at those who took supplements of B-12 and folic acid. They did not have any influence on whether or not Alzheimer's disease would develop. The vitamins worked to lower what's called homocysteine in the blood. Higher levels of it have been linked to heart disease, stroke, and even bone loss with age.
But when it comes to memory and thinking skills, experts at the Cleveland Clinic said they did not find B-12 and folic acid to help memory and thinking skills any more than people who did not take the supplements for two years.
Want to know what work? Exercise! Those who got regular physical activity most days of the week could delay the onset of Alzheimer's, "s. People reported fewer memory and thinking problems. It may be because it is good for the heart it is good for the head. Exercise also reduces waist weight
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