Vitamins as a Memory Booster

Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12 and Folic acid regulate levels of homocysteine, an amino acid associated with Alzheimer’s disease. According to a 2009 study conducted by the Oxford Project to Investigate Memory and Aging, the above B vitamins slow the rate of brain shrinkage, a common impairment among individuals with Alzheimer’s. Individuals with the slowest rate of brain shrinkage scored significantly better on cognitive tests

It is always wise to invest in a good Vitamin B Complex either in a liquid form or in tablets or caplets, in order to ensure a balanced supply of folic acid and B12, both of which are essential for maintenance of cognitive health. Come to Nature’s Source to choose the purest form of vitamin B.

Studies have shown that vitamin D deficiency in children may cause symptoms of depression, sleeplessness, mood swings and mental sluggishness. It can be found in small amounts in a few foods, including fatty fish such as herring, mackerel, sardines and tuna. To make vitamin D more available, it is added to dairy products, juices, and cereals that are then said to be “fortified with vitamin D.” But most vitamin D – 80% to 90% of what the body gets – is obtained through exposure to sunlight. Owing to the long winters in Canada, most Canadians are Vitamin D deficient and require supplementation in the form of tablets or flavoured drops.