Supplements May Slow Rate Of Progression Of Mild Cognitive Impairment To Alzheimer’s Writes Preston Chiropractor

back-in-action preston chiropractorMRI scans of 200 volunteers with mild cognitive impairment over 2 years, while they took high doses of B12, B6 and folic acid, were compared to those who took a placebo. B vitamins are known to reduce homocysteine, which is a risk factor for Alzheimer’s. For those with high homocysteine, the atrophy level in certain brain regions was 7 times greater in the placebo group. Those on B vitamins also had better cognitive function.

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