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Keeping it Spicy

Are you or a loved one finding out that they're unable to remember things like you use to?  There might just be something that you're missing in your diet. It's time to take charge of your mind.  Because once it gone, it's pretty much gone forever. There is little to no evidence that senile dementia is reversible. Most recent findings expect memory loss to increase as people are living much longer.

Research shows that eating three serving of vegetables a day can be effective in cutting memory loss up to 40 percent. Vegetables are one of the biggest source of  Vitamin E, which is believed to be a key element in stabilizing  mental function and helping memory loss. Rather than plain veggie dishes, try spicing them up. It might be what you're missing in your diet.

The curry spice might be "a smart spice" when occasionally consumed in some of your favorite dishes. According to a study in Singapore, a group of  nondemented persons aged 60-93 showed to had benefited from consuming curry than those who never or rarely consumed curry. Persons who ate curry did better on cognitive test than persons who did not eat curry.  Turmeric, a primary ingredient in curry, is rich in antioxidants have been shown to be a protective barrier against brain cell damages and long been credited for its healing power. The fact is simple, absence of a sharp mind and/or memory carries great significant.
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Key Terms

decoction- a healing remedy that is made by boiling roots, stems and bark of a herb.

infusion- herbal remedy made by boiling the leaves, flowers, or petals of the herb in empty teabags or a clean cloth.

tincture-homemade remedy made with herbs and 100 proof vodka.


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