Cocoa improves cognition for impaired elderly

Chocolate may enhance the brain health of elderly people suffering from impaired cognition.

A cocoa habit may help the mental functions of older people who exhibit signs of cognitive impairment. It all has to do with neurovascular coupling – which isn't as racy as it sounds, but is still quite exciting to brain researchers.

The study, which appeared in the journal Neurology, was reviewed by Heather Oliff in this month's Herbal Clip from the American Botanical

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