Thursday, March 15, 2012
Complementary medicine use is becoming increasingly popular with multivitamins being the most commonly used vitamin supplement. Although adequate vitamin and nutrient concentrations are necessary for optimal health and cognitive functioning, there is no scientific consensus as to whether multivitamin use prevents cognitive decline or improves mental functioning. The aim of the February 2012 Journal of Alzheimer's Disease study was to determine if multivitamins can be used efficaciously to improve cognitive abilities. Results indicated that multivitamins were effective in improving immediate free recall memory but not delayed free recall memory or verbal fluency.
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