A new study published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN) specified that consuming a beverage containing flavanols improves blood vessel function in patients with kidney failure.
A new study, by Macquarie University, has revealed that memory inhibition is linked to dietary excess caused by the Western style diet. Food memory blocks out memories linked to dietary excess and depends on a brain area called the hippocampus. Thoughts of food are set aside when people are full and eating is no longer a priority. Continue reading “Western style diet impacts on memory inhibition; deterioration of cognitive processes.”
A new study, published in the Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, by the University of Texas in Dallas, has revealed that exercise increases executive brain function and immediate and delayed memory performance. Continue reading “Exercise improves executive function and memory”
A new study was released by the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis which specified the obvious, the body needs an optimal amount of fat for healthy brain function. Continue reading “Optimal amount of fat needed for healthy brain function”
A new study by the University of Waterloo is one of the first to associate type 2 diabetes to control of emotions, behaviors and thoughts. The paper was published in the journal of Psychosomatic Medicine and represents a comprehensive summary of available studies that examine the link between type 2 diabetes and reduction of executive function. Continue reading “Type 2 diabetes affects executive function.”