Ask just about anyone, and you’ll get the same answer.
The most frustrating part of aging ISN’T gray hair, wrinkles, a slower walk, or leaving the turn signal on.
It’s those senior moments. You know the ones I am talking about. Those memory lapses that leave you blanking on names, places, details, birthdays, and where you put your keys.
But while YOU suffer Big Pharma sees dollar signs. So they’ve been working overtime on ways to make a drug to boost aging memory. Which they then plan to sell to you for some ridiculous price.
They’re counting on you being willing to pay an arm and a leg to save your brain.
But I’ve got good news. You don’t have to pay much at all.
New research reveals a way to get the memory boost you’ve been looking for. And this brain solution isn’t going to make ANYONE rich.
Because it’s available right now. And it’s also dirt cheap!
Keep reading to find out…
How CHERRIES can enhance your memory
But in this case, it’s not that delicious bowl of Bings or Rainiers that grace your table all summer long that will boost your memory.
There’s one SPECIFIC form of cherry more often found as a juice or extract that fits the bill.
It’s the Montmorency cherry, which some people call the tart cherry or sour cherry. Tart cherries are already used by folks with gout to fight the pain and minimize flare-ups.
But what Montmorency cherries do to your toe is nothing compared to what they do for your brain.
In a new study, seniors battling the usual frustrations of slowing gears in the brain and memory loss were given some of this tart cherry magic or a placebo.
Did it work?
Did it ever!
IMAGINE a 23% brain boost!
It’s as if the cherries were brain batteries – because over 12 weeks, the folks who drank 8 ounces of tart cherry juice twice a day had improvements in:
- cognitive function
- subjective memory
- ability to remember
- visual sustained attention
But the lucky volunteers who drank the cherry juice didn’t just enjoy improvements on those memory tests. They also improved in another BIG way.
The tart cherry drinkers had fewer errors during memory tests, doing 23 percent better in a test of memory and new learning and 18 percent better during an analysis of spatial working memory.
Overall the benefits were modest. But they were also VERY REAL. And just a little boost may be all you need to help you remember your neighbor’s name or not forget to pick up the milk at the grocery store.
Looking for a bigger memory boost? If you combine tart cherry with other natural memory-boosting treatments such as ginkgo, fish oil, B vitamins, and resveratrol.
Together, these natural therapies can juice up your brain, giving it just the charge it needs so that you don’t have to battle the frustration of senior moments anymore.
She is an advocate of self-education and is passionate about the power of group knowledge sharing, like the kind found right here on HealthierTalk.com. Alice loves to share her views on holistic and natural healing as well as her, sometimes contentious, thoughts on the profit-driven inner workings of traditional medicine.
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