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Always forgetting where you put your keys? Feel lost without your iCal? To the rescue: Foods scientifically proven to boost your brainpower

The research: This juicy fruit is a great source of folate, and a recent study in The Journal of Nutrition found that a diet rich in folate — which helps lower levels of homocysteine, an amino acid related to memory loss — is associated with faster recall and information processing. Work it in: Aim for one medium-size orange a day; eat on its own, or cut wedges into bite-size pieces and add to a salad or on top of grilled fish.

The Ultimate Brain Nutrient Cognizin Citicoline


The article offers information on cognizin citicoline which researchers found promotes brain metabolism by enhancing the production of neurotransmitters, especially acetylcholine, a key player in...

Abnormal Deposits of Al, Pb, and Hg in the Brain as One of the Main Causes of Decreased Cerebral Acetylcholine


Abnormal Deposits of Al, Pb, and Hg in the Brain, Particularly in the Hippocampus, as One of the Main Causes of Decreased Cerebral Acetylcholine, Electromagnetic Field Hypersensitivity, Pre-Alzheimer's Disease, and Autism in Children and Their New...

Yoshiaki Omura, M.D., Sc.D, F.A.C.A., F.I.C.A.E.

Director of Medical Research, Heart Disease Research Foundation, New York

President, Int'l College of Acupuncture & Electrotherapeutics, New York

Mangifera indica Stem Bark Effect on the Rat Trachea Contracted by Acetylcholine and Histamine


Experiments were designed to determine the effect of Mangifera indica Linn stem bark aqueous extract on rat trachea previously incubated in presence of indomethacin, propranolol, and atropine or ..

Acetylcholine Esterase Inhibitors in Rhodiola rosea


The alcohol extract or Rhodiola rosea has been shown to cause 42 ± 3.2% inhibition of acetylcholine esterase (AChE) when tested at 10 g/L. This AChE inhibition provides a physiological explanatio...

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