"I think therefore I am." Our most important health concern, which defines us and makes us who we are, is our ability to think and remember precious times in our lives. Without our ability to think and the capacity of forming and recalling memories,  we merely exist. As we age, detrimental changes to the brain occur. As early as age 25, changes in the brain begin which lead to the eventual diseases which take away our cognitive abilities. Neural degeneration also affects many other aspects of our lives, including our ability to move (balance and walking), control swallowing, and other functions. Natural support for the brain and memory can support healthy cognitive functioning as we age.