Multivitamin Intake Linked To Improved Cognitive Function In Older Adults

Team Orange Health

19 Sep 2022

Preliminary findings from a research by the Alzheimer's Association suggest that daily multivitamin-mineral supplementation results in significant cognitive benefit. It is especially important as people age; for those over 65, it is known to slow cognitive ageing. Researchers in the study hypothesised that three years of multivitamin intake would result in an approximately 60% slowing of cognitive impairment (about 1.8 years). Additional research is required in a larger and diverse group to have a better understanding of this claim. Moreover, since supplements fall under the food category, it is advised to get inputs from a Doctor on which supplements to consume. The detailed findings were recently published in Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association.


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