New research shows that vitamin K may improve memory. The study sampled over three hundred adults aged 70 to 85.
They looked at their blood levels of vitamin K and their performance on memory tests. Results showed that higher levels of K were associated with higher test scores.
You can find vitamin K rich foods in the produce section. Anyone on blood thinners should discuss taking vitamin K with their doctor first.
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