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Why You Should Eat Dark Chocolate Every Day

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Nootropics and Brain Support by INH Research0 Comments

Italian researchers recently published the largest analysis ever of how eating chocolate affects the brain. It looked at both the short-term effects (what happens to your brain in the minutes after eat chocolate) and the long-term effects (what happens when you eat chocolate daily for years).

When the study was over, the results were so convincing they led scientists to offer this advice: “Eat some dark chocolate every day.”1

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Vitamin D Supercharges Your Workout

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If you’re a regular Health Watch reader, you know the importance of adequate vitamin D. And you also know it’s crucial to your health to get regular exercise.

Now, a new study shows the power of combining them. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University found a powerful synergistic link between vitamin D and exercise in preventing heart attacks and strokes.

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Drink This Before Exercising to Boost Your Brain

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You already know that exercising helps keep your body healthy and your mind sharp.

Now, a new study has found a simple way to bolster your workout’s positive effect on your brain. Researchers have discovered that seniors who drink a certain vegetable juice right before exercising can transform their brain into one that performs like a much younger brain.

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Cannabis Reverses Brain Aging, Study Finds

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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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Fish Oil Stops Alzheimer’s, Study Finds

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Can eating fish—or taking fish oil supplements—actually prevent Alzheimer’s disease?

For years, the research has been contradictory. Some studies found the old saying about fish being “brain food” is true. Others showed no benefit.

Now, a major new analysis by the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California provides a definitive answer. And it may have uncovered the reason for the previous conflicting results…

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This Fruit Juice Keeps Seniors Mentally Sharp, Study Finds

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A new study shows that a daily dose of one kind of fruit juice increases blood flow to the brain, improving cognitive function and memory in seniors. Not only that, the findings suggest the juice reduces depression.

What is this miracle drink?

It’s the juice of a superfood that you may already eat: blueberry.

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