Vitamin D to Prevent Alzheimer’s
The New York Times Well Blog has reported an observational link between low Vitamin D and Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia. Those with lower levels of Vitamin D – 25-50 – were 53-69% more likely to develop either dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. In addition to this nutritional component, we have also reported on the importance of exercise in protecting the brain while aging. You can read the health tip here.
The Take-away? Safely get some sun and get moving to stay sharp as you age!