“You can’t turn back the clock. But you can wind it up again.Ã¢â‚¬Â ~ Bonnie Prudden
Last time you read about natural remedies for memory loss.
Today, I’d like to highlight one particular remedy. Why? Because it has over 25 years of research behind it.
The results of that research show some remarkable improvements in memory. For example, in just six months of use:
- Total Recall improved 13.5%
- Long-Term Memory Retrieval up by 30.7%
- Long-Term Memory Storage better by 26.2%
- Immediate Recall improved 24.2%
- Ã‚Â On the RBMT test (12 facets of brain/memory function) overall improvement was 21.2%
Most of these studies were done with people over 50 reporting mild to moderate Age Associated Memory Impairment (AAMI). This is a condition that happens before Alzheimer’s.
Typical symptoms are forgetting where you left things. Or you might have a harder time recalling names. Small but annoying lapses of memory.
In one of the better-known studies, the chief researcher, Dr. Thomas H. Crook III of the Memory Assessment Clinics in Bethesda, Maryland stated that the cognitive clock of participants was turned back 12 years. That’s a pretty remarkable statement from a researcher.
By now you must be curious about the substance in question. It’s phosphatidylserine (PS).
Originally, PS was derived from bovine brain tissue. But when mad cow disease hit, this was not an option.
Next they came up with a version made from soy. For most people, this is an okay option. But for some who are sensitive to soy, not so much.
More recently, there is a type made from sunflower lecithin. It’s harder to find, but has the benefits without the downsides of the previous kinds. My favorite brand is this one.
There are other ingredients that make up a complete memory formula. But PS is near the top of my list when it comes to sharper memory.
All the best to you for your health and happiness,