Vitamin B12 Helps Cognitive Function In Tests // A Vital Vitamin

Latest research of cognitive function in children over a span of 5 years and using 320 participants has shown that those with low levels of vitamin B12 perfromed poorly in cognitive tests. The children who were showing low levels of B12 were lacking in ability to interpret other children’s emotions and complex geometric figures. The results suggest that a lack […]

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MuscleTech Vapor X5 Neuro Pre Workout Review // Is It Better Than 4 GAUGE?

MuscleTech Vapor X5 Neuro Pre Workout First Look: This follows brand guidelines and looks like all of the other products that MuscleTech churn out. It has a metallic. almost latex look to the label which is supposed to be futuristic I imagine. It is the complete opposite of the MyProtein pre workout I nearly puked up due to the rotten taste […]

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NDS Cardio Cuts 2.0 Fat Burner Review // Does It Cover All Bases?

NDS Cardio Cuts 2.0 Fat Burner First Look: This product from NDS takes the familiar and currently trendy approach to supplementation by providing it in a powder format which is to be mixed in with water to drink. Who loves nothing better than to carry around a gallon water bottle full of a luminous colored liquid? Well, Rich Piana for a […]

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Aerobic Exercise Can Combat Alzheimer’s

As we face an increasingly elderly population particularly in the West and Japan, acute Alzheimer’s is becoming even more widespread. As is the awareness and multiple ways of research in to prevention and treat cognitive impairment One such treatment is free, drug free and completely natural yet can offer quite incredible benefits to those who participated in research. The treatment? […]

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Life Long Group Participation Leads To Increased Cognitive Function

Recent studies have revealed that to improve our cognitive function being party of a social, sport, voluntary or even political group can improve cognitive function for people when they hit 50 years of age. The research involved a cross section of people from England, Scotland and Wales which amounted to 9119 participants and the results were published in the BMC […]

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