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Continuing Education


Phew!  I just finished another college course.  I’ve taken a lot of classes since getting a Master’s Degree and in hindsight, I probably should have taken the classes for credit, and not just audited them.  At one time I wanted to top off my education with a Ph.D., but right now I’m happy to choose my own level of academic demands. 

The reason I take classes is to gain an understanding of a topic that’s related to nutrition.  I like gathering knowledge by choosing courses from other sciences that can broaden my holistic approach to nutrition.

Supplement Formulated by a Neurologist


 
I just came across a supplement that’s described as a memory solution, developed by a neurologist.  It claims to prevent fuzzy thinking and forgetfulness and protect against oxidative damage.  It also claims to promote improvement in cognitive function, protect the brain, and to demonstrate antioxidant activity.
 
Sounds great, doesn’t it?
 
There are a few problems with this product that are related to nutrition.
·      There are two ingredients in the product that inhibit, and another to boost folate metabolism.
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