Protect Your Brain with This Crucial Vitamin
About 90 percent of American men and 96 percent of women don’t get enough vitamin E in their food or supplements. That’s bad news, because new research shows it’s essential for preventing memory loss.
Without this nutrient, the membranes of the brain’s neurons run short of a vital component. The lack of vitamin E has also been linked to a higher risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
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