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Study: Juicing May Support Cognitive Health and Memory in Aging

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An epidemiological study of over 1800 people found that drinking fruit and vegetable juices 3 or more times a week was linked to a 76% lower risk of developing cognitive issues in advancing age.

Researchers followed 1,836 healthy adults, surveyed how often they drank fruit and vegetable juices, and measured their cognitive function every 2 years for up to 10 years.

The researchers controlled the study for factors like smoking, education, physical activity and fat intake.

The results found that the people who reported drinking juices 3 or more times per week were 76% less likely to develop cognitive issues than those who drank less than one serving per week.

The study was supported by a grant from the National Institute on Aging and published in the American Journal of Medicine. More research is needed to confirm the results and investigate further, but the results are promising.

Research investigating the influence of nutrient intake on age-related cognitive health issues has been intensive during the last couple of decades.

Studies link adequate vitamin and mineral status with a reduced incidence of age-related brain issues, and suggest that even borderline deficiencies may be linked to cognitive issues.

Drinking juices, teas, eating lots of brightly colored fruits and vegetables, getting regular exercise, and stress management are all healthy habits that have been shown to help stay healthy and sharp as you age.

Along with these healthy lifestyle choices, taking a high quality daily multivitamin and a high quality fish oil are other smart choices you can make to actively support a healthy brain and mental function.

We created Oxylent as a unique daily multivitamin that gives you a full range of vitamins and minerals all in one delicious drink instead of a pill. Add a packet to water to create a sparkling drink and enjoy—you won’t even know you’re drinking a multivitamin.

Older adults and anyone with compromised digestion or gastrointestinal health issues can particularly benefit from Oxylent’s effervescent delivery system, which offers greater absorption than pills or tablets.

Visit oxylent.com.

 

References

1.   Dai Q, et al. Am J Med 2006;119(9):751–9.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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2 comments on “Study: Juicing May Support Cognitive Health and Memory in Aging

  1. herbalhills
    February 11, 2014

    Great Blog!! That was amazing. Your thought processing is wonderful. The way you tell the thing is awesome.

    herbalhills

    • vitalah
      March 4, 2014

      Why thank you! We are glad you found this informative and appreciate the kind response.

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