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Jul 17, 2015

The ADDF science team will be attending this year’s Alzheimer’s Association International Conference

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New research suggests intermittent fasting with a patented diet may benefit body and brain.

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We've recently added new reports on TA-65, astragalus, berberine and huperzine A!

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New findings link a lifetime of cognitive stimulation with improved cognitive abilities in healthy older adults but not with biological markers of Alzheimer’s disease

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New research suggests brain amyloid may interfere with sleep.

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A new small clinical trial suggests daily intake of orange juice may improve cognition in older adults

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Everyone has heard that milk does a body good.  But a new study suggests that certain molecules in milk might benefit the brain.

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New research from Dr. Margaret Traber at Oregon State University suggests that vitamin E regulates the brain’s ability to receive and use a type of omega-3 fatty acid, DHA.

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A new study suggests that the ability of B vitamins to slow brain shrinking (atrophy) may depend on long-chain omega-3 fatty acids.

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