B12 – Brain Support for All Ages 0B12 contributes to the formation of myelin, which is a protective covering that surrounds neurons—nerve cells that originate in the brain and spinal cord, and which are responsible for healthy cognitive function and motor coordination.
Vitamin E & the Brain 0
When it comes to micronutrients, you can probably list at least one major function for most vitamins and minerals. For example: calcium for bone health; iron for healthy blood; vitamin C for a strong immune system. But what about vitamin E? If you don’t know much about this under appreciated compound, keep reading.