Wild blackberry extracts show promise as brain health nutraceuticals: Lab data
Two varieties of wild blackberries found in Spain and Portugal may protect the brain from oxidative stress. Here is a link to a summary of the article published in the Journal of European Nutrition.
Wild blackberry extracts show promise as brain health nutraceuticals: Lab data.
Curcumin and Indian gooseberry to feature in new Alzheimer’s trials
Scientists researching the prevention Alzheimer’s Disease to release study results late 2012. This double-blind randomized study involves 150 human participants. Stay tuned!
Curcumin and Indian gooseberry to feature in new Alzheimer’s trials.
Pine bark extract shows brain health benefits: Study
Have you had your pine bark today? Researchers have discovered some brain health benefits like improved memory and attention.
Natural red food dye shows potential Alzheimer’s benefits: Study
Have you ever heard of Orcein? According to researchers in Germany this natural red food dye combined with a related molecule O4 may help combat memory loss and diminished cognitive functions associated with Alzheimer’s Disease. The research team believes that this combination of Orcein and O4 may help eliminate the plaques associated with Alzheimer’s Disease that destroy the brain. The researchers are hopeful their findings will continue to spur more research.
Natural red food dye shows potential Alzheimer’s benefits: Study.
Brain Boosters-December Holiday Anagrams
The holidays are here, it is cold outside, and I want you to give your brain a break from your unproductive multitasking. So, take a deep relaxing breath and let’s exercise your brain! I’m on my third cup of green tea and just had a handful of walnuts with apple slices. YUM! Grab a cup of green tea, coffee, or hot cocoa with some spiced or plain walnuts, almonds, dark chocolate, dark chocolate covered almonds-yummy, or blueberries and let’s workout. Let’s try anagrams with a holiday theme. Remember, anagrams are a great brain exercise and they target problem solving skills, reasoning skills, thought organization, thought flexibility, judgment, and executive function skills. Anagrams are fun for everyone-teens, baby boomers, seniors. Anagrams are a fun brain building activity to boost those brain cells, help form new neural pathways, and build your cognitive reserve. Try these anagrams as a family activity or part of a family game night, compete against friends or office buddies and see who can find the most. Enjoy, laugh, have fun-it’s good for all of us! A healthy heart and body help us maintain a healthy mind.
Here are your anagrams. How many new words can be formed? Share your lists with us and let’s see who can generate the most words!
Now that you have given yourself a well deserved break and exercised your brain, focus on the things important to you during this Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanza season. Happy Holidays!