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Researchers Find That Brains With More Vitamin D Function Better


Researchers at Tufts University have completed the first study examining levels of vitamin D in brain tissue, specifically in adults who suffered from varying rates of cognitive decline. They found that members of this group with higher levels of vitamin D in their brains had better cognitive function. [Source: ]


Multiple studies now demonstrate the beneficial effects of nutrition for improving cognitive function and dementia.

In addition to research demonstrating the importance of vitamin D, for example, there is also growing evidence that an optimum supply of B vitamins prevents dementia. A systematic review published earlier this year suggests that supplementing with B vitamins, especially folic acid, may have a positive effect on delaying and preventing the risk of cognitive decline. Other research shows that, for people with high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, a combination of B vitamins prevents brain shrinkage, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease.

With additional studies suggesting synergistic combinations of antioxidants may prevent and even reverse Alzheimer’s disease, the time has surely come for these effective, safe, and affordable natural health approaches to become widely employed in clinical practice.

Research published in The Lancet suggests that by 2016 the total global economic costs of dementia had reached $948 billion. In this situation, to continue to deny proven nutrient-based treatments to sufferers and their families is both economically unsustainable and a crime against humanity.

To learn how a recent meta-analysis supports the use of vitamin C supplementation for the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, see this article on our website.