|Taking care of your health can get very complex at times, especially when it comes to your brain. The brain is so intricate, keeping it healthy seems like a difficult task. But sometimes, the simplest solutions work the best. And a new study shows just how simple it can be.
This study came from France, where researchers confirmed what I’ve told you for years – vitamins can preserve your memory!
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These researchers, from the University of Paris, divided nearly 4,500 men and women between the ages of 45-60 into two different groups. One took a multiple vitamin. The other took a placebo. They followed these participants for a stunning 14 years! The nutrients contained vitamins C and E, selenium, zinc, and beta-carotene.
Before, during, and after the study period, the researchers had the participants take long-term memory tests. These tests had them recall words in different categories. The results showed that the active supplement takers consistently performed better on the long-term memory tests than placebos users.
Here’s another study, and a nice controlled, long-term one at that, showing benefits of supplements. They really do help keep your brain healthy. So if you’re looking to preserve your memory and brain function, take a broad-spectrum vitamin/mineral like Healthy Resolve.
But don’t stop there. Take additional nutrients that specifically target your brain to keep it in tip-top shape. I like Advanced Memory Formula. I don’t have memory problems, but it’s definitely improved my ability to recall names. Many people who use it find it very helpful in boosting their memory.
Yours for better health and medical freedom,
Soundview Communication, Inc.
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