Are you or a loved one who has Alzheimer’s looking for safe and natural memory and cognition treatment in Everett? McQuinn Naturopathic strives to bring you holistic and reliable methods to heal your body through nutrition, diet, and a healthy lifestyle, and we know that the first step to improving the body and mind is through ensuring that you are getting adequate nutrition.
For the body to repair itself, we need to ensure that it gets comprehensive nutrition at all times. We know it can difficult to meet nutritional goals in today’s world, where it seems like nutritional goals are harder to reach than ever, but we are here to help you stay on track with a variety of naturopathic approaches to health, including vitamin injections.
Nutrient injections strive to bring you effective results without harmful chemicals by giving your body what it needs fast. Nutrition is vital to success, so we want to help you stay on track to manage and mitigate symptoms. Memory and cognition are most improved by regular intake of vitamin B12. Even mild or moderate deficiencies of this nutrient can mimic signs of Alzheimer’s, and this deficiency has also been linked to the disease as well as other cognitive issues. Vitamin B12 is key to slowing the progression of cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s.
While our injections are made to help you, it is also vital to ensure that you are getting enough B vitamins, especially B12, in your diet, with a variety of foods. Be sure to include these foods in your diet:
- Beans, peas, and legumes
- Fish, especially fatty fish like salmon or tuna.
- Leafy green vegetables, like collard greens or spinach
- Red meats and poultry
- Vitamin B-fortified foods such as healthy breakfast cereals or bread
When you want reliable, nutrition-focused memory and cognition treatment in Everett, you can get exactly that and so much more from the team at McQuinn Naturopathic. We care about keeping you healthy for the long-term, so come to us when you want natural and reliable healing methods to improve your life. For more information about our services or to schedule an appointment, stop by the office or give us a call at (425) 905-2487.