Vitamin that May Solve a Possible Root Cause of Alzheimer’s & Even Reverse Alzheimer's?

       There have been quite a number of nutrients found that are good for your brain.. Some that come to mind are Vitamin B-12, Vitamin D, and Omega-3 Fatty Acids.


       Recent research that was conducted by a group of scientists lead by Dr. Eikan Mishima and Dr. Marcus Conrad both from the Institute Metabolism and Cell Death at Helmholtz Munich, along with researchers in Tohoku University (Japan), University of Ottawa (Canada), and University of Dresden (Germany) has found some more interesting nutrients for such benefits.


Those researchers found that the fully reduced form of Vitamin K acts as an antioxidant that stops the ferroptotic cell death. That’s a natural form of cell death that involves iron and the destruction of cellular membranes.


Earlier research studies have found that ferroptosis is a key driver of Alzheimer’s disease and other chronic memory loss diseases. Which means finding a way to stop that process (of ferroptosis) could also stop the progression of Alzheimer’s and memory loss.

At the end of the study, they found that Vitamin K (including both Vitamin K-1 and K-2)  can help to shield cells and tissues from ferroptosis.


One way to get more K1 and K2 is to include it in your diet.


K1 rich foods include:

¨ Spinach

¨ Broccoli

¨ Kale

¨ Asparagus

¨ Green Onions

Vitamin K2  rich foods include:

¨ Cheese

¨ Beef Liver

¨ Chicken

¨ Butter

¨ Sauerkraut


These foods are a good way to get more Vitamin K, but most likely will not give you all the Vitamin K you need.


The best way to get all you need is with a supplement.


And to help your body to get the most it can out of those foods and supplements, make Willard’s Water a regular part of your diet. Wash down your supplements with it, drink it throughout the day, or whenever you want some. Studies have confirmed that Willard's Water significantly increases the absorption and assimilation of nutrients into the cells.


And remember you can also use Willard’s Water in cooking and baking… often enhancing the flavor and also the shelf-life of such items.


Since Willard’s Water has been found through various research studies to improve the body’s breakdown and absorption of the foods and nutrients you take in, it sure makes sense to make it a regular part of your diet, wouldn’t you think?     

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