Some people refer to this vegetable as a forgotten vegetable.. And given how little attention is paid to it that description seems fair. But recent research may result in it not only no longer being forgotten, but actually make it very popular again. Recent studies have found that this forgotten vegetable contains a compound that helps the brain cells to survive and thrive as you age.
If there were nutrients that could stop the progression of Alzheimer's and other memory loss, and also might reverse it, wouldn't that be worth knowing? Well there are some studies you may find very interesting.
We have written before about some surprising help for people with Mild Cognitive Impairment (“MCI”) and even those with Dementia. Researchers now have evidence that another rather surprising thing can help revive memory. The study at the University of Toronto demonstrated that it can improve the memory and learning abilities of people with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer’s disease. And it's also helped Parkinson's.
One of what would seem to be one of the easiest nutrients for people to get is one that 75% of Americans are falling short of getting enough of...even kids are deficient in it.
Even a minor loss of just 1 to 2% of the amount needed can cause significant problems such as...
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