Can Vitamin B12 Improve Memory for Alzheimer’s Disease Patients?

Many people believe that memory function can be improved by increasing your levels of vitamin B12. Though there is evidence to suggest that people who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are often deficient in this vitamin, studies have found that taking supplements or increasing dietary vitamin B12 does not improve memory function in those living

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One comment

  1. Margaret J GRAY says:

    I have Epilepsy. I have been through Four Brain Surgeries and one of these, I had a piece of my Front Temporal Lobe removed to STOP my Gran Mal seizures. But it Removed a Big Piece of My Memory 😥
    I eat properly. Don’t Smoke ! I Do take Vitamin B12

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