Okinawan Memory Bean To Prevent Memory Loss, Lower Dementia Risk Report Released

BRAIN HealthWire has released a report about cognitive decline and the positive effect an Okinawan sticky memory bean may have on restoring brain health, preventing memory loss, and 'senior moments'.

The new report titled, 'Senior Moments Erased, Reduced Risk of Dementia and Cognitive Decline From Bizzare Memory Bean' walks readers through the various effects aging has on the brain. As the article explains, brain shrinkage is a major area of concern for aging individuals. In particular, the prefrontal cortex and hippocampus tend to shrink with age, both essential for planning, memory, and performing other executive functions.

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According to BRAIN HealthWire's new article, residents of Okinawa regularly eat what it refers to as a "memory" bean for breakfast. Research published in the Journal of Nutrition has recently revealed that this sticky bean contains a brain-nourishing molecule that may quickly and powerfully boost memory and cognitive function. Okinawa, a small island off the coast of Japan, has one of the longest-living populations in the world and has one-third the rate of dementia as the global average.

As the article explains, consuming this Okinawan "memory" bean may help to regulate neurotransmitter system changes. Neurotransmitters are the brain's chemical messengers responsible for various communications throughout the brain and body. Neurotransmitter communication systems can be negatively affected by age, impairing memory, learning, and mood.

The Okinawan "memory" bean may also decrease inflammation, which often increases with age, negatively affecting brain health and cognitive function, says the article. Aging brains also experience an accumulation of protein deposits, which form a sort of cognitive plaque and contribute to dementia.

The research published by the Journal of Nutrition suggests that the Okinawan "memory" bean can quickly increase the brain's functional power and promote the regrowth of youthful brain cells. According to BRAIN HealthWire's guide, supporting cognitive function with this dietary adjustment may help older individuals erase 'senior moments' from their everyday lives.

"We are all concerned about the very real threat of cognitive decline," said one spokesperson for the company. "As we age, several things happen to our brains that can cause cognitive decline, dementia, and even Alzheimer's."

Interested parties can learn more and read the full article, 'Senior Moments Erased, Reduced Risk of Dementia and ​Cognitive Decline From Bizzare Memory Bean,' by visiting

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