Experts want you to keep cognitive health a top priority

JACKSON, Tenn. — Keeping cognitive health a top priority.

Many Americans experience cognitive impairment as they get older.

Getting older doesn’t mean you have to slow down, but it may mean you need to adjust your nutrient levels to respond to your body’s changing needs.

Health and nutrition expert Dr. Jeffrey Blumberg discussed how multi-vitamins can help improve cognitive function for older adults.

It’s estimated that about two-thirds of Americans experience cognitive impairments around the age of 70.

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