Can a protein found in jellyfish really improve your memory ?
I always heard that shark meat could help improve memory.
I doubt it. As far as I'm aware, it hasn't undergone rigorous study for either safety or efficacy. I understand it's been sold as a dietary supplement, a category that (thanks to Congress, not science) is subject to only weak regulation. The company
that sells it has gotten into trouble with the FDA, apparently for making medical claims about it, and for not reporting a large number of adverse events (which may or may not be a result of taking the stuff; only rigorous scientific study would
tell us the answer to that.
What I don't understand is how the stuff survives the gastrointestinal tract intact (assuming it is ingested - proteins are *digested*), or how it gets into the brain (if it does).
Yeah - the one that stings you will help you remember not to play with jellyfish!
Bill Cosby said no!
I hope so I found the car Keys in the freezer.
You're on the right track. You'll be home free when you remember why you put them there.
; ) HeeHee
I wish wine helped memory. Or ice cream. Or roasted pumpkin seeds.
I tried beer, doesn't work but, I forgot what I was looking for.
Could explain the car keys in the freezer, though.
Maybe. I've never tried that or even heard about it. Mine seems to come and go at will. It usually goes when I need it most.