Winter Edition 2013-2014

Broad-Spectrum Protection Against Brain Aging

Researchers are recognizing that aging humans suffer chronic obstructions to their cerebral blood flow. This sets in motion neuronal injuries that manifest initially as memory loss, depression, and cognitive dysfunction. The long-term effect of cerebral circulatory deficit can be stroke and Alzheimer’s disease. Find out how to reverse the suffocating impact of reduced blood flow in your brain.

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