Any Level of Midlife Exercise May Keep Dementia at Bay

Any level of physical activity in midlife may help keep cognitive decline and dementia in late life at bay, new research suggests.

Source: Any Level of Midlife Exercise May Keep Dementia at Bay – Medscape.com


Cocoa, Even With Few Flavonoids, Boosts Cognition

Drinking cocoa, whether rich in flavonoids or not, appears to boost the effect of blood flow on neuronal activity in the brain, known as neurovascular coupling (NVC). “Our study shows that NVC is modifiable and can be enhanced with cocoa consumption,” said Dr. Sorond.

Source: Cocoa, Even With Few Flavonoids, Boosts Cognition – Medscape.com


Discover the Alzheimer’s Prevention Diet

Your brain is a flesh and blood organ and needs the proper fuel to function well. Building a better memory, preventing memory loss, and impacting what are the causes of Alzheimer’s disease all depend on your lifestyle. But your diet is critical to your brain’s health.

Source: Discover the Alzheimer’s Prevention Diet – Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Organization