4 Tricks to Improve Memory for Women

Nathalie Chevreau of Tatalou Science offers tips for women to improve memory.

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Medical science believes that the natural aging effects that cause mental declines can actually be reversed with the use of some very specific amino acids, vitamins and minerals.

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) June 17, 2013

Registered Dietitian and Founder of Tatalou Science Nathalie Chevreau, PhD, R.D., published an article today on Tatalou.com outlining her four ways to improve memory.

The article, titled “4 Daily Tricks to Improve Memory,” includes the benefits of reading books, getting exercise, eating properly and even playing video games.

Chevreau also introduces the importance of amino acids, which are among the ingredients included in Brain Clarity, a product Chevreau created specifically for women experiencing brain clarity issues.

“Medical science believes that the natural aging effects that cause mental declines can actually be reversed with the use of some very specific amino acids, vitamins and minerals,” said Chevreau. “With the help of some very clever scientists and researcher I created Brain Clarity; to support normal cognitive functions with my combination of five proven ingredients included in the exact levels found to be effective in study after study.”*

To read the full blog post, visit “4 Daily Tricks to Improve Memory” on the Tatalou Science website.

About Tatalou Science
Tatalou Science was founded by Nathalie Chevreau as a natural health company with a simple, but profound, philosophy: Women are physiologically different than men with unique strengths and sensitivities. Nathalie earned her PhD in Chemistry at the University of Bordeaux, then completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Cornell University. She also has a Master’s degree in Foods and Nutrition from the University of Utah. She is a Registered Dietitian and continues to work in various capacities, counseling women on weight loss and preventive health. As an adjunct professor in the Division of Foods & Nutrition at the University of Utah, Nathalie presents lectures to medical students and residents as well as students in the master’s program. She has published several articles and presented research findings at numerous national and international conferences. Learn more at Tatalou.com.

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