This Nutrient Erases Memory-Destroying Plaque
Here’s some health news on the Alzheimer’s front: a special form of vitamin B1 could help stop the progression of Alzheimer’s symptoms. The plaque-destroying vitamin is called benfotiamine and the medical community is excited about its performance when it comes to protecting memory function.
Benfotiamine is a fat-soluble form of thiamine. It’s considered a potent antioxidant that has been used over the past decade to treat pain symptoms. In Germany, benfotiamine is actually licensed for use as a treatment for nerve pain caused by sciatica.
But benfotiamine is also useful in preserving brain health. It turns out benfotiamine is linked to Alzheimer’s prevention because of its involvement in glucose metabolism. Read More