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Have you ever thought about how your diet affects your brain health? More specifically, how nutrition affects your brain health? Did you know that even with a healthy diet, you still don’t receive enough nutrients to make an impact. In fact according to USDA data, 1 Bowl of Spinach in 1953 has the same nutritional value as over 43 Bowls of Spinach today. That's an 84% loss of nutrition! What this means is that even with a healthy diet we don't receive proper nutrients in the quantities that our brains need.
Professor Riona Mulcahy (who specializes in brain/dementia research) said it best in a recent interview with Sky News: "The difficulty is that to get the amount of these nutrients that you need per day to achieve these results, isn't possible from your normal every day diet. For example you would need to eat 200,000 trout to get the amount of one of the [ingredients] found in Memory Health called Meso-Zeaxanthin. We know a healthy diet helps, but the unique Memory Health formulation gives you the right amount to give the results that you need... So it's not just diet alone, it's really getting enough of it! This is especially difficult today as a lot of our food is now mass produced, fish is farmed, and the nutritional value of our food is going down. So even with a healthy diet, we don't receive enough of these nutrients. What Memory Health does is deliver specific key nutrients directly to the brain to prevent the brain from degenerating.”
Memory Health is comprised of key targeted nutrients, potent antioxidants and powerful anti-inflammatory agents to nourish, protect and improve brain health and cognitive function. Remember, by nourishing your brain, you directly nourish your memory, your mind, your mood, and your overall health.
The Memory Health formula was developed and tested in clinical trials on both diseased and healthy brains. The results of these trials showed improvement in cognition, memory, mood, and overall brain health across both segments of healthy and diseased brains.
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