SEARCH RESULTS for "Alzheimer's disease"

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1.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Fish Oil and Omega-3 and -7 Supplements Review (Including Krill, Algae, Calamari, and Sea Buckthorn) *
2.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Vitamin D Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Vitamin K, Magnesium, and Boron) *
3.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Turmeric and Curcumin Supplements and Spices Review *
4.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Ginkgo (Ginkgo Biloba) Supplements Review *
5.Alzheimer's disease supplements in B Vitamin Supplements Review (B Complexes, B6, B12, Biotin, Folate, Niacin, Riboflavin & More)  *
6.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Alpha Lipoic Acid Supplements Review *
7.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Acetyl-L-Carnitine Supplements Review
8.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Nattokinase Supplements Review
9.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Choline Supplements Review (Including Phosphatidylcholine, CDP-Choline, and Alpha-GPC)
10.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Huperzine A Supplements Review
11.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Low-Dose Lithium Supplements Review
12.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Magnesium Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Vitamins D & K, and Boron) *
13.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Vitamin E Supplements Review
14.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Coconut Oil and Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT Oil) Review
15.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Resveratrol Supplements Review (Grape, Red Wine, and Polygonum Sources)  *
16.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Green Tea Review: Supplements, Brewable, Matcha, and Bottled *
17.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Selenium Supplements Review *
18.Alzheimer's disease supplements in CoQ10 and Ubiquinol Supplements Review *
19.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Melatonin Supplements Review *
20.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Multivitamin and Multimineral Supplements Review *
21.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Cinnamon Supplements and Spices Review *
22.Alzheimer's disease supplements in Probiotic Supplements Review (Including Pet Probiotics)  *
23.Alzheimer's disease supplements in St. John's Wort Supplements Review *


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1.Herbal Medicine
2.Alzheimer s Disease and Non-Alzheimer s Dementia
3.Conditions
4.Huperzine A
5.Saffron
6.Coconut Oil
7.Choline
8.Sage
9.Vitamin E
10.Vitamin C
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ConsumerLab.com Answers to Questions Found:
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1.Can curcumin help prevent or improve symptoms of Alzheimer's disease? 
2.Do any supplements really help with brain function, like memory and cognition? 
3.What are the health benefits of coconut oil and medium chain triglycerides, such as those used in Bulletproof Coffee? 
4.I'm at risk for both macular degeneration and Alzheimer's disease, according to my doctors. I've read articles about omega-3 oils saying that more EPA than DHA is good for macular degeneration, and the reverse is true for Alzheimer's. What do you recommend?  
5.Is it better for a fish oil (or krill oil) supplement to have more DHA than EPA? 
6.What is the best way to take curcumin? Is it better to take it all at once or in divided doses?
7.Does Prevagen really improve memory? 
8.Now that it was shown that Ginkgo biloba is not an effective memory enhancer, are there any other health enhancing benefits from taking it, and, if so, what dose should one take daily? 
9.What is Noopept? Can it really improve memory and cognition, and is it safe?  
10.Does Alpha Brain really improve memory, focus and cognition?  
11.I heard that Theracurmin, a form of curcumin, was shown to help with memory, but it's expensive. Does Theracurmin really improve memory and is it worth it?  
12.What is the difference between cysteine and cystine? 
13.Do either phosphatidylserine or phosphatidylcholine help with memory and cognition? How are these supplements different? 
14.Do magnesium supplements, like Magtein, help memory or protect against Alzheimer's disease? 
15.Does vitamin B12 improve memory? 
16.Can vitamins or other supplements cause a change in the ability to taste, or even a loss of taste? 
17.Someone told me that one Brazil nut can provide your entire recommended daily intake for vitamin E. Is that true? 
18.What is shilajit? Does it have any proven health benefits, and is heavy metal contamination a concern? 
19.What is PQQ? Does it help with aging and memory? Is it similar to CoQ10?  
20.What is vitamin B12 and how much do I need? 


Clinical Updates Found:
2017 08/27/2017Does Lithium Prevent Dementia?
 06/10/2017Vitamin D & Alzheimer's Disease
2016 06/18/2016Green Tea & Cognition
2014 08/08/2014Up To a Point, Alzheimer's Risk Falls with Vitamin D


Recalls and Warnings Found:
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1.Seller of Weight Loss, Saw Palmetto Supplements and More Warned for Drug Claims (10/21/2014)
2.Sellers of Essential Oils Warned for Claiming to Treat Ebola, Other Diseases (09/26/2014)
3.Seller of Gingko and Milk Thistle Warned for Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (05/21/2014)
4.Seller of Flaxseed, Ginkgo and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (05/06/2014)
5.Smoking Cessation and Anti-Inflammatory Supplements Contain Unapproved Ingredient (01/04/2014)
6.Maker of Concentration, Pain, Immune, Cholesterol Supplements Warned For Drug Claims (05/10/2013)
7.Maker of Omega-3, Saw Palmetto, St. John’s Wort Supplements And More Warned For Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (05/03/2013)
8.Mushroom Supplement Manufacturer Warned For Drug Claims and Adulteration (11/14/2012)
9.Manufacturer of Green Tea, Vitamin E, Omega-3 and Cranberry Supplements Warned For Manufacturing Violations, Misbranding and Drug Claims (10/24/2012)
10.Maker of Omega-3, Bone and Brain and Supplements Warned For Drug Claims (09/10/2012)
11.Supplement Company Warned For Medical Claims and Misbranding Of Omega-3, CoQ10, Noni Juice And More (08/30/2012)
12."The Truth About Nutrition" Marketers Agree to Pay $3 Million to Settle Charges of Deceptive Advertising of Dietary Supplements and Devices (03/06/2009)
13.Sellers of Popular Weight Loss Supplements Pay $25 Million Over FTC Allegations of Deceptive Advertising (01/04/2007)
14.Marketers of Diabetes Supplement Banned From Claiming Products Treat or Cure Diseases (08/16/2006)
15.Supplement Company to Pay $2 Million Penalty For Alleged Violations of FTC Order (10/12/2005)
16.FTC Continues Litigation Against Makers of CortiSlim and CortiStress Supplements (09/23/2005)
17.Marketers of Brain-Rejuvinating Supplement Settle FTC Charges of False Claims (01/05/2005)
18.FTC Challenges Claims of Five Supplements to Treat or Cure Serious Diseases (05/28/2003)


News Releases Found:
2019 03/07/2019Best Coconut and MCT Oils Identified by ConsumerLab
2018 03/07/2018Finding Real Ginkgo Isn't Easy, ConsumerLab's Tests Reveal
2017 02/03/2017ConsumerLab.com Shows How Much Choline is Really in Supplements -- ConsumerLab.com Tests Phosphatidylcholine (From Soy Lecithin), Citicoline, Alpha-GPC and Other Choline-Containing Supplements, Identifying Top Picks
2015 08/28/2015Not All Vitamin E Supplements Are Alike, Especially "Natural" Ones, ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal
2009 08/25/2009ConsumerLab.com tests quality of acai berry supplements and beverages -- No contamination found but health benefits remain unproven.  Caution urged with laxative formulas and billing schemes.
2006 01/03/2006Tests of memory enhancing supplements by ConsumerLab.com reveals lead in some ginkgo
2004 08/25/2004ConsumerLab.com finds not all vitamin E products meet claims — Results for 33 vitamin E supplements and skin products released today
2002 05/05/2002Study finds supplement users avoid prescription drugs due to side effects, not cost — Brands top rated by users also identified in new survey by ConsumerLab.com
 03/06/2002Study finds supplement users avoid prescription drugs due to side effects, not cost — Brands top rated by users also identified in new survey by ConsumerLab.com
1999 11/16/1999Only three quarters of Ginkgo Biloba supplements contain proper ingredients. ConsumerLab.com posts first of its dietary supplement product tests.


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