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Alternative Ways to Fight Alzheimer's
As powerful as the mind can be, it is the one part of the human body that needs the most protection. Not only is it guarded by thick bone and tough skin, it is surrounded by fluid to keep it in a constant state of suspension free from external impact. However, for all your bodies’ protective measures your mind safety is still constantly threatened by internal factors.
What follows below will provide you with knowledge necessary to power your mind with the tools it needs to keep itself safe from rapid deterioration and prevent Alzheimer’s.
CoQ10 might be one of the lesser known vitamins, yet, its health implications are legendary to say the least. Not only can it help improve your heart health, recent research suggests it can also greatly benefit your brain.
CoQ10 is found naturally in the human body, and is a very potent anti-oxidant. However it should be noted that the problem with using CoQ10 as a supplement is that it does not absorb into the body very well if taken as a capsule or pill. In addition to this issue CoQ10 doesn’t dissolve well in water.
The best way to receive the health benefits of CoQ10 is to ingest it in a fat-soluble form, which can usually be found in nuts and fish oils or in foods such as spinach and broccoli.
Although the number of studies done to date on CoQ10 and its effects on Alzheimer’s disease is relatively small, CoQ10 has shown tremendous potential in Alzheimer’s prevention.
Alzheimer’s is a complicated disease that in itself still needs much more research to fully understand. More research is also needed to completely understand these foods potential for preventing Alzheimer’s, as it stands these two foods have shown remarkable potential for preventing Alzheimer’s and brain deterioration in general.
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