Tag: Brain

Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Not Protect Cognition. Intake of omega-3 fatty acids may not protect cognition, a new study suggests. In contrast to some past research, researchers report that after adjustment for confounding factors, red blood cell levels of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids were not significantly associated with baseline cognitive function or cognitive change over time in older, dementia-free women.Omega-3 fatty acids and domain-specific cognitive aging.

Fish oil, cod liver   Tag: Brain, Dementia
27 Sep 2013

Jury Still Out on Protective Effect of Caffeine on Cognition.Evidence from existing studies in humans suggests that caffeine may help ward off cognitive decline, particularly among women. However, the number of studies is so scant that more research is needed before any definitive conclusions can be drawn. Epidemiologic Evidence of a Relationship between Tea, Coffee, or Caffeine Consumption and Cognitive Decline.

Coffee, brewed, espresso, restaurant-prepared   Tag: Brain
05 Feb 2013

Fish Oil Component Limits Brain Damage Up To 5 Hours After Stroke. Research has shown that Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), a component of fish oil, is a powerful therapeutic agent that can protect brain tissue and promote recovery in an experimental model of acute ischemic stroke, even when treatment is delayed by up to five hours. These findings not only target a new stroke treatment approach, but also provide vital information about the length of the therapeutic window. Docosahexaenoic Acid Therapy of Experimental Ischemic Stroke

Fish oil, sardine   Tag: Brain, Stroke
10 Nov 2010

Daily Dose of Beet Juice Promotes Brain Health in Older Adults. Researchers for the first time have shown that drinking beet juice can increase blood flow to the brain in older adults a finding that could hold great potential for combating the progression of dementia. The MRIs showed that after eating a high-nitrate diet, the older adults had increased blood flow to the white matter of the frontal lobes the areas of the brain commonly associated with degeneration that leads to dementia and other cognitive conditions. Acute effect of a high nitrate diet on brain perfusion in older adults.

Beets, raw   Tag: Brain
03 Nov 2010

Can Coffee, Tea Lower Brain Cancer Risk? Researchers have discovered that coffee and tea might do more than boost your energy levels: Regular consumption of the world's two most popular beverages may also shield you against a form of brain cancer. Coffee and tea intake and risk of brain tumors in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) cohort study.

Coffee, instant, with sugar, french-flavor, powder   Tag: Brain, Cancer
22 Oct 2010

Wine May Cut Decline in Thinking Skills. Drinking wine in moderate amounts may reduce the risk of cognitive decline in some people and may even protect against dementia, a new study shows. Moderate wine consumption is associated with better cognitive test results: a 7 year follow up of 5033 subjects in the Tromsø Study.

Alcoholic beverage, wine, dessert, dry   Tag: Brain
23 Aug 2010

Alcohol Consumption May Protect Against Risk of Alzheimer's Disease, Particularly in Female Nonsmokers, University of Valencia Study Finds. Knowledge regarding environmental factors influencing the risk of Alzheimer's disease is surprisingly scarce, despite substantial research in this area. In particular, the roles of smoking and alcohol consumption still remain controversial. A new study published this month in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease suggests a protective effect of alcohol consumption on the risk of Alzheimer's disease, particularly in women who do not smoke. Isolated and Joint Effects of Tobacco and Alcohol Consumption on Risk of Alzheimer's Disease.

Whiskey sour mix, bottled   Tag: Brain
26 May 2010

Caffeine May Counteract Cognitive Decline. Drinking coffee could help to prevent the neural degeneration associated with brain disorders and aging, scientists say. A new gamut of research is making the case that caffeine, a drug known for its short-term boost to mental functioning, could have therapeutic value for the preventative care of illnesses, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.

Coffee, brewed, espresso, restaurant-prepared   Tag: Brain
26 May 2010

Coffee and Cigarettes: Good for Your Brain? A recent paper by Kien Trinh et al. in the Journal of Neuroscience suggests that coffee and tobacco have a protective effect in two fruit fly models of Parkinson's disease. Decaffeinated coffee and nicotine-free tobacco provide neuroprotection in Drosophila models of Parkinson's disease through an NRF2-dependent mechanism.

Coffee, instant, decaffeinated, powder   Tag: Brain
18 May 2010

 


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