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Can Pine Bark Save the NFL?

In All Health Watch, Alzheimer's and Memory, Cognitive Health, Dementia, Featured Article by INH Research0 Comments

The research is clear: Concussions early in life can cause dementia years later. The problem is so serious in the NFL that the league is spending over $700 million in court-ordered payments to retired football players suffering brain impairment.1

Some players have prematurely quit because of worries about dementia. And recently, even an announcer quit over the issue. ESPN analyst Ed Cunningham said he no longer wanted to promote a sport that causes brain damage.

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Sugar Destroys Enzyme that Stops Alzheimer’s

In All Health Watch, Alzheimer's and Memory, Anti-Aging, Cognitive Health, Dementia, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, General Health, Health Warning by INH Research1 Comment

The average American consumes 19.5 teaspoons (82 grams) of sugar every day. That’s about 66 pounds a year.1

And it’s killing us.

Sugar is linked to obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, cancer, depression, and tooth decay.

Now, a new breakthrough study adds one more major health scourge to the list.

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Study: Drink Tea to Cut Your Dementia Risk in Half

In All Health Watch, Alzheimer's and Memory, Anti-Aging, Cognitive Health, Dementia, Featured Article, Longevity by INH Research0 Comments

Thanks to its high levels of antioxidants, drinking tea is linked to lower risk of diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

Now, a new study finds its benefits don’t end there. It found that tea drinkers cut their chances of dementia in half.

And if Alzheimer’s runs in your family, tea is even more protective. People who inherit ApoE4, the so-called “Alzheimer’s gene,” reduce their risk 86% by drinking tea regularly.

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Cannabis Reverses Brain Aging, Study Finds

In All Health Watch, Alzheimer's and Memory, Anti-Aging, Cognitive Health, Dementia, Featured Article, General Health, Nootropics and Brain Support by INH Research0 Comments

In a groundbreaking study that could redefine aging, researchers have found that marijuana improves memory and learning in elderly lab animals.

Human brain function begins a gradual decline as early as age 25. Our brain’s white matter begins decreasing and our brain cells’ ability to communicate deteriorates.

Your brain shrinks as you get older. At birth, it weighs about 400 grams.

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