Surprisingly Easy Ways to Reduce Your Dementia Risk Right Now

2. Take a vitamin K supplement

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Multivitamins don’t often contain Vitamin K. | iStock.com/diego_cervo

People take a multitude of vitamins, but they often forget about vitamin K. This life-changing vitamin helps clot blood and helps prevent cancer and osteoporosis. A University of North Carolina study found those with “low levels of vitamin K have dysregulated calcium in their brains that causes some of the damage done to the brain in Alzheimer’s.” Another study discovered that patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease consumed considerably less vitamin K than the control group. Taking vitamin K regularly might really benefit you.

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