Cheatham Nutrition and Cognition Lab

Importance of Ratio in Essential Fatty Acids

March 02, 2017

Read the original article from the UNC Nutrition Research Institute. While omega-3 fatty acid deficiencies have been clearly linked to memory and learning problems in rodent models, studies involving dietary supplementation have produced mixed results. A contributing factor could be that the ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in the diet is a more […]

Local study seeks to find out if eating blueberries slows memory loss

September 22, 2013

Salisbury Post KANNAPOLIS — Researchers at the Cheatham Nutrition and Cognition Lab are currently recruiting participants for the B. E. R. R. Y. study. Fact Box What: B.E.R.R.Y. study, stands for Blueberries: Exciting Research Relevant to You. Who: Individuals who are age 65 to 79, beginning to experience mild memory decline and have not been […]

Home Instead to host “Changing the Face of Aging” forum

March 17, 2013

  The Salisbury Post Julie Macon Stegall, Cheatham Nutrition and Cognition Lab at the UNC Nutrition Research Institute.   There are many issues we encounter as we and our family members face aging, potential dementia, illness and death. There are many questions needing answers to ensure your family member is well cared for. There are […]