Could pomegranates help aid memory and ease Alzheimer’s symptoms?

Could pomegranates help aid memory and ease Alzheimer’s symptoms?

A natural compound found in pomegranates could help alleviate Alzheimer’s symptoms, research suggests. Tanja Ivanova/Getty Images Urolithin A is a natural compound shown to support memory and cognitive function and reduce brain inflammation. A new study in mice suggests that urolithin A may have…

Ultra-Processed Foods Could Lead to Strokes and Dementia, Says Harvard Study

Ultra-Processed Foods Could Lead to Strokes and Dementia, Says Harvard Study

A picture of a meal from a fast food restaurant . A Harvard study has found that eating ultra-processed foods could damage a person’s brain. According to The Times , the study – which was published in the journal Neurology – concluded that consuming…

Ultra-Processed Foods an Independent Risk Factor for Poor Brain Health

Ultra-Processed Foods an Independent Risk Factor for Poor Brain Health

0 Consuming highly processed foods may be harmful to the aging brain, independent of other risk factors for adverse neurologic outcomes and adherence to recommended dietary patterns, new research suggests. Observations from a large cohort of adults followed for more than 10 years suggested…

A Wild New Study Sheds Light On Why Exercise Is So Good For Our Brains

A Wild New Study Sheds Light On Why Exercise Is So Good For Our Brains

Researchers unearth exercise secrets from a biomolecular soup of synthetic innervated muscle tissue. SrdjanPav/E+/Getty Images It’s no secret that regular exercise is great for the body and the brain . Scientific studies have shown, time and time again, that physical activity has both short…

Exercise stimulates brain function thanks to its effect on muscles, study suggests

Exercise stimulates brain function thanks to its effect on muscles, study suggests

Exercise gives the brain a boost, and may help protect against cognitive decline, but why? Image credit: NICK VEASEY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY/Getty Images. Exercise can stimulate brain-boosting molecules when muscles are active, a new study found. By innervating muscle-tissue models, researchers found that the same…

Study suggests eating these superfoods can help you live longer

Study suggests eating these superfoods can help you live longer

Over the years, numerous observational studies have reported a strong link between higher intakes of flavonoid-rich foods and a lower risk of chronic disease and mortality. Flavonoids, sometimes called vitamin P , are polyphenolic compounds commonly found in colorful fruits and vegetables, as well…

8 Brain-Boosters for the Aging Mind

8 Brain-Boosters for the Aging Mind

brain boosters Have you lost a step? Feel like the years are finally catching up? Just looking to spruce things up and turn back the biological clock? Wish there was an easy way to recharge your brain? Turns out, it’s not all just in…

Could menopause be delayed? The answer could lead to longer lifespans for women

Could menopause be delayed? The answer could lead to longer lifespans for women

Scientists are learning that ovaries aren’t just important for making babies—they also keep the heart, brain, and bones healthy. A mouse ovary treated with a high dose of anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH)—a hormone naturally produced by follicles in the ovary—shows more small, dormant follicles and…

Scientists identify new brain circuit in mice that controls body’s inflammatory reactions

The brain can direct the immune system to an unexpected degree, capable of detecting, ramping up and tamping down inflammation, shows a new study in mice from researchers at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute. “The brain is the center of our thoughts, emotions, memories and feelings,”…

Stem cells improve memory, reduce inflammation in Alzheimer’s mouse brains

Stem cells improve memory, reduce inflammation in Alzheimer's mouse brains

hNSC transplantation alters microglial cell signaling in the brain of 5XFAD mice after 34 weeks. Circle plots of ligand-receptor pair interactions between cell types with hNSCs as (A) sender and (B) receiver in the brain of hNSC injected 5XFAD mice. Circle plots of differential…

Neuroscientists Warn of ‘Cascading’ Alzheimer’s Risk From These Two Habits

Neuroscientists Warn of 'Cascading' Alzheimer's Risk From These Two Habits

Two common habits could be putting you at an increased risk of Alzheimer’s and related dementias, neuroscientists have warned. Alzheimer’s disease affects roughly 5.8 million Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The progressive condition is the most common form of…

Exercise changes the brain in a way that helps heart health, especially for people with depression

Exercise changes the brain in a way that helps heart health, especially for people with depression

WATCH: This type of exercise might be better for your brain than biking or jogging Sign up for CNN’s Fitness, But Better newsletter series. Our seven-part guide will help you ease into a healthy routine, backed by experts . CNN — It’s common knowledge…

6 Mushrooms you can eat to prevent cognitive impairment and reduce your dementia risk

6 Mushrooms you can eat to prevent cognitive impairment and reduce your dementia risk

A recent study by researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) found that older adults who consume more mushrooms in their diet have a significantly lower risk of mild cognitive impairment than those who don’t. Mild cognitive impairment is a condition defined by…

Brain Inflammation and Memory Loss: Connecting the Dots Between Diet and Surgery

Brain Inflammation and Memory Loss: Connecting the Dots Between Diet and Surgery

Research from The Ohio State University reveals that a high-fat diet before surgery can cause significant memory impairment in rats, both young and old. This memory issue, related to an inflammatory response in the brain, can be mitigated by taking DHA omega-3 fatty acid…

How dental health may impact brain health; experts describe how poor oral hygiene is linked to higher risk of developing dementia

How dental health may impact brain health; experts describe how poor oral hygiene is linked to higher risk of developing dementia

Bad dental hygiene could affect your mental health in the future, according to a study that says the risk of Alzheimer’s is 21 per cent higher in people with poor hygiene and gum disease. Photo: Professor Nicola West A build-up of plaque and tartar…

Addiction and the Gut-Brain Axis

Addiction and the Gut-Brain Axis

Key points A poor gut microbiota can lead to a leaky gut and systemic inflammation. Inflammation affects the brain, causing depression, anxiety, and poor impulse control. This can lead to self-medication and multiple kinds of substance use disorders. It doesn’t have to be this…

How ultra-processed food harms the body and brain

How ultra-processed food harms the body and brain

Diets heavy in ultra-processed food are linked with increased morbidity and mortality, including increased risk for metabolic syndrome, obesity, and depression. Although many ultra-processed foods—soda, candy, energy bars, fruit-flavored yogurt, frozen pizza, and frozen meals—can satisfy cravings for sweet, fatty, salty foods, emerging research…

A noninvasive treatment for ‘chemo brain’

Patients undergoing chemotherapy often experience cognitive effects such as memory impairment and difficulty concentrating — a condition commonly known as “chemo brain.” MIT researchers have now shown that a noninvasive treatment that stimulates gamma frequency brain waves may hold promise for treating chemo brain….

Does intermittent fasting have benefits for our brain?

Does intermittent fasting have benefits for our brain?

Intermittent fasting has become a popular dietary approach to help people lose or manage their weight . It has also been promoted as a way to reset metabolism, control chronic disease, slow ageing and improve overall health . Meanwhile, some research suggests intermittent fasting…

Lithium: The little-known element that can protect people from brainwashing by global elites, says researcher, author and medical doctor

Lithium: The little-known element that can protect people from brainwashing by global elites, says researcher, author and medical doctor

For experts such as Dr. Michael Nehls, a world-renowned author, medical doctor and post-doctoral molecular geneticist, the globalist anti-human agenda is being rolled out via a warfare inside human brains – hijacking cognitively to influence and disrupt both the mental and physical immune systems….

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