As we grow older we may come down with a condition called CRS, also called Can’t Remember Sh*t! Sometimes it’s due to hormonal changes or toxicity or nutrient depletion. Today I want to share a study with you that gives great hope to those of us who suffer from CRS.
Age-Associated Memory Impairment (AAMI)
Age-Associated Memory Impairment is not Alzheimer’s Disease although it may develop into it. The criteria for this diagnosis are…
- Over the age of 50
- Not demented
- Intellectual function adequate to remain productive
- The complaint of gradual memory loss
- Objective evidence of memory loss on performance tests
The Study on Memory
The 2010 study published in the Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition assigned 78 elderly people with mild cognitive impairment to six months of treatment with a supplement called phosphatidylserine or a placebo. At the end of the six-month period, participants with relatively low memory scores at the start of the study were found to have experienced a significant improvement in memory. When another group of memory-challenged individuals with the brain age of 64 was given phosphatidylserine supplementation there was a 30% improvement in memory and brain age decreased to 52.
How Much Do I Take?
Results can be seen by taking 100 mg of phosphatidylserine three times a day for at least 3 months. You can find phosphatidylserine at our clinic or online through our website. I suggest phosphatidylserine by Metagenics.
Remember this well,