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Memory

Severe memory loss can result from head trauma, Alzheimer's disease, stroke, alcoholism, and drug use. There has been speculation that mad cow disease, misdiagnosed as Alzheimer's, may be responsible for severe memory loss in some cases. Poor memory may also be a result of nutritional deficiencies, depression, sleep deprivation, or medications.

Age-related memory loss usually develops when brain cells are lost or when they no longer communicate effectively. Inflammation and oxidation are the leading culprits, so foods that contain antioxidants or that combat inflammation not only prevent further memory loss, but may even reverse existing memory loss in some cases.

Beneficial Foods

Amaranth Whole grains are a great source of folate, B vitamins, and zinc, all of which improve brain function, including memory.
Blueberries Help protect against dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
Coconut Oil Improves memory and helps prevent senility.
Cranberries Protect against and help reverse age-related memory loss, including working memory and reference memory.
Quinoa Whole grains are a great source of folate, B vitamins, and zinc, all of which improve brain function, including memory.

Beneficial Nutrients

Boron May improve Memory
Omega-3 Fatty Acids Reduces future risk of memory loss and dementia.
Protein/Amino Acids Deficiencies in amino acids can lead to poor memory.
Sulfur Improves memory.
Vitamin B1/Thiamin Helps slow memory loss in Alzheimer's patients. A deficiency can lead to memory loss.
Vitamin B12 A deficiency can lead to memory loss.

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