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Improve Your Mental Cognitive Abilities


The Connection Between Brain Inflammation, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease

The evidence is overwhelming that sustained inflammation is the driving force of many degenerative diseases. Chronic inflammation is centrally implicated in heart disease, cancer and chronic viral conditioning such as Alzheimer's.

Nowhere is damage more telling than chronic inflammation in the brain. Parkinson's disease is inflammation burning away zones in the brain. Alzheimer's involves many breakdown processes with inflammation at the forefront of these failed neurological processes.

What then, is an effective program to control brain inflammation? Antioxidants like Vitamin C can block free radicals that often stoke inflammation. Vitamin C and E also have had some success against dementia in clinical trials further substantiating their anti-inflammatory properties. Acetyl-L-Carnitine helps the brain cells make the energy they need for repair and renewal while Ginkgo Biloba combined with Phospholipids will also enhance antioxidant action.

Cognizin? Combats Mental Deterioration

Alpha GPC is a proven nutrient for individuals with mental deterioration related to poor circulation of which inflammation is a major factor. An exciting new ingredient Cognizin? has proved to be extremely effective in combating brain deterioration. To read more on the clinical results of Cognizin? follow this link: http://www.cognizin.com/studies.html

Neurovar? with Cognizin? Improves Your Mental Focus Factor

Bill, a 55 year old VP of sales at a leading lighting manufacturer, used a product called Neurovar? for 12 weeks. Neurovar? contains Vitamin C, Cognizin, Ginkgo Biloba, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Alpha GPC and other support nutrients. Bill states "I have more focus and seem to be more mentally sharp. At first I thought it was a placebo effect but over time I realized this product really works. I will continue using this product for its performance and protective properties."

If you are looking for something preventative or something to improve mental performance and while easing inflammation, a quality supplement like Neurovar? is the educated answer. Taking anti-oxidants can be a benefit to overall brain health but a more complete formula with multiple quality ingredients is recommended here. If products like Neurovar? are too costly do the next best thing and use some of the less expensive anti-oxidants. This option will provide some protective properties for the brain.

Uri is a leading practitioner in the study of cognitive degenerative diseases. He is presently undertaking a study on the effects of sleep deprivation and its cognitive effects on young adults as they physically mature into adulthood.


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