The ancients knew rosemary as a memory booster among other things, but only now is science catching up with, remembering and confirming their ancient healing wisdom.
Oxford researchers have proven in a new clinical study what nutritionists and other research have been indicating for years - that supplementation with certain B vitamins can slow and possibly even reverse the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
Two of the Western world's most popular foods have been implicated in immune mediated brain damage.
Want a natural pick-me-up that also boosts memory within 20 minutes? New research confirms that peppermint tea increases short-term and long-term memory.
Did you know that so-called “incurable” neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease can be slowed, if not also partially reversed?
A groundbreaking study from the United Kingdom has connected gingivitis and oral health to cognitive decline. The study's findings are backed up by a multitude of research supporting the mechanisms.
Need to do something important this afternoon? Don’t take any chances – eat chocolate first.
Are you walking into rooms but can’t remember why? Staring into the refrigerator and wondering what you needed? Forgetting familiar phone numbers? Maybe an orange or a carrot would help.
Memory problems are rampant, especially among the middle-aged and older populations. So what if you could boost your memory and satisfy a sweet tooth at the very same time? New research proves that you can free two birds with one hand by consuming the juice of this fabulous fruit...
Your spice rack may contain the safest, most fast-acting, brain-boosting substance medical science has yet to confirm effective in a human clinical study.
One small dose of turmeric powder was found to improve working memory in pre-diabetic patients.
Unlike conventional drug treatments for Alzheimer's disease, coconut oil and water may help resolve the root causes of neurodegenerative conditions.
MCTs, the primary type of fat found within coconut oil, have been found to boost cognitive performance in older adults suffering from memory disorders as serious as Alzheimer's -- and not after months or even days of treatment, but after a single 40 ml dose!
Could beet juice provide you a brain boost superior to coffee or tea?
Nuts are great sources of protein and provide healthy fats. New research finds they also increase cognitive scores among elderly women.
New research finds that our gut bacteria linked with negative thinking - and supplementing probiotics can reduce negative thoughts.
Research from the Mayo Clinic has found that adults who have abnormal sleeping habits and the associated disruptions of their daytimes have a greater risk of developing dementia and mild cognitive impairment later on.