Best Anti-Dementia Antioxidants Identified?

Useful article here today, suggesting that high levels of certain antioxidants in the blood of trial participants may be protective against dementia onset.

Best Antioxidants to Prevent Age-Related Dementia Identified?

Higher levels of specific carotenoid antioxidants in blood may help guard against age-related dementia, new research suggests.

Investigators found that individuals with the highest serum levels of lutein+zeaxanthin and beta-cryptoxanthin at baseline were less likely to have dementia decades later than their peers with lower levels of these antioxidants.

Lutein and zeaxanthin are found in green leafy vegetables such as kale, spinach, broccoli and peas. Beta-cryptoxanthin is found in fruits such as oranges, papaya, tangerines, and persimmons.

Of course, off I went then to see if I could find an easy way for you to supplement these specifically as well as increasing your foods. I came up with a couple: a multi from Seeking Health, 2 twice a day. Or add this on top of a multi if you’re already on one and want specifically to protect cognition and brain health: Antioxidant Formula at 1-3 caps a day.

I would also say to check out my Brain factsheet in the A-Z here and follow that guidance too. If you have the start of cognitive problems or are at risk of it, do see the protocol right at the bottom. It’s for neuroinflammation, but is extremely brain-protective generally.

Hope that helps. I believe dementia is preventable in many, many cases. I must do more on it soon for you.

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