New Report Discourages Adults From Using Brain Health Supplements
Keeping your brain healthy and strong is an invaluable aspect of aging comfortably, so it is natural to assume that if you take dietary supplements, it can help improve brain health and prevent cognitive decline, dementia or even Alzheimer’s disease.
A new report, however, finds that dietary supplements are not as effective in this regard. Because dietary supplements are not regulated by the FDA, they can not lawfully market their ability to reduce the risk of a disease. Additionally, other preventative measures such as lifestyle changes prove much more effective in helping prevent cognitive decline over the long term. To learn more about this report, look no further than Prevention.