Study: Choline helps improve cognitive performance in the elderly
29 days ago - By Natural News
Having healthy habits, such as following a balanced diet and exercising, is key toÂ maintaining good health. This is especially true as you age.Research suggests that the essential nutrient choline has a crucial roleÂ in brain development and cognitive function. Many experts believe that this vitamin-like nutrient helps...
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