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Improve your memory

Many factors can affect our memory including illness, aging, drinking too much, exercising too little and eating poorly. There is, however, plenty that we can do to boost our mental agility.

What you can do to help improve your memory

Supplements that can help to improve your memory

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References

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Sullivan, K. 2002, Vitamins and Minerals: A Practical Approach to a Health Diet and Safe Supplementation. Harper Collins.

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Food for thought

Severe nutritional deficiencies are known to cause mental problems and marginal nutritional deficiencies can prevent the brain from functioning at its best.

One of the symptoms associated with a system overloaded with toxicity and high stress levels is a reduced mental performance. Our brain needs a good blood supply and a number of illnesses that lead to poor mental functioning are associated with a reduced flow of blood to the brain.