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Our memories help to shape who we are, so it’s not surprising that we place such a high value on preserving them. When the brain isn’t performing at its best it’s not uncommon to notice small changes to our short term memory, such as forgetting where we left the keys or struggling to recall someone’s name. These ‘senior moments’ are often harmless, however, if they become progressively worse they can indicate more serious conditions such as Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. 

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Forming and retaining memories is reliant on several factors, most importantly on a strong and healthy brain. So whether you’re a student revising for exams, a professional juggling several responsibilities or you are looking to preserve memory as you age, taking care of the brain is essential. Regular exercise, adequate sleep and the right fuel are all essential for memory consolidation, while Ginkgo and Vitamin B can help to keep you sharp. 

Even if your memory is performing well, keep it in optimum condition with the help of these articles to give your brain a workout and stay mentally sharp. 

The MIND Diet Components

By Matt Durkin MSc Nutrition Specialist | 3rd May 2018

How to Preserve Your Memory With Age

By Matt Durkin MSc Nutrition Specialist | 16th March 2018
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The Health Benefits of Phosphatidylserine

By Dan H. | 21st November 2017

How Does Vitamin D Affect Memory Loss and Dementia?

By Nicole W. | 16th October 2017
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The Best Brain Foods for Mood and Memory

By Ben S. | 1st August 2017

Boost Your Memory and Cognitive Function

By Dan H. | 21st July 2016
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Regular Sex Among Over 50s Keeps Cognitive Function Sharper

By James C. Qualified Nutritionist | 20th May 2016
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Staying Mentally Fit As You Get Older

By James C. Qualified Nutritionist | 17th May 2016
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Dementia Myths – True or False?

By James C. Qualified Nutritionist | 16th May 2016

Can Blueberries Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

By James C. Qualified Nutritionist | 22nd March 2016
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12 Foods to Increase Your Brain Power

By Nicole W. | 4th March 2016
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Can Ginkgo Biloba Prevent Memory Loss?

By Nicole W. | 24th February 2016
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Alcohol and Memory Loss

By Dan H. | 22nd February 2016
Can resveratrol delay dementia?

Can Resveratrol Delay Dementia?

By Dan H. | 18th December 2015
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This Fat Messes With Your Memory

By Alex R. Nutritionist Advisor | 21st September 2015
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B Vitamins, Omega-3s and Brain Health

By Laura W. | 7th July 2015
B Vitamins, Omega 3 and brain health

B Vitamins, Omega-3s and Brain Health

By Laura W. | 7th July 2015
Why you should eat more berries

Why You Should Eat More Berries

By Alex R. Nutritionist Advisor | 10th June 2015
5 ways to train your brain

5 Ways to Train Your Brain

By Nicole W. | 27th March 2015
Everything you need to know about Vitamin B

Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin B

By Nicole W. | 3rd February 2015
How to improve concentration levels

How to Improve Concentration Levels

By Nicole W. | 27th January 2015
Can I increase my brain power and memory?

Can I Increase My Brain Power and Memory?

By Alex R. Nutritionist Advisor | 19th January 2015
Can fish oil protect the ageing brain?

Can Fish Oil Protect the Ageing Brain?

By Laura W. | 9th January 2015
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