Groundbreaking study links proper nutrition to Alzheimer’s disease risk

Published : 06/11/2016 11:51:40
Categories : Multivitamins

Groundbreaking study links proper nutrition to Alzheimer’s disease risk

In one of the first studies of its kind, researchers from Oregon Health and Science University have found direct evidence that links a person’s risk of Alzheimer’s disease with their nutritional quality. According to Time Magazine, individuals with diets that are high in vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids experience slower rates of cognitive decline.

The researchers formed the basis of their experiment by measuring the nutritional content of a person’s blood and then put them through a series of questionnaires. It was found that people who had higher levels of vitamins B, C, D and E and omega-3 fatty acids scored much higher on the tests, which also included attention tasks and spatial reasoning, than those with lower levels. This could open up a new era of health care that pinpoints risk of disease with nutrient levels in a person’s blood, which can drastically reduce the occurrence of common ailments.

If you’re concerned about the nutritional quality of your diet, consider adding Clinician’s Choice Men's AM Multi and Men's PM Multi or Women's AM Multi and Women's PM Multi to your regimen. These supplements are formulated with a wide range of vitamins and minerals to give you a boost in the morning and soothing herbs to help you get a good night’s rest.

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