A recent study found AIDP’s magnesium L-threonate ingredient “nearly restored” executive function deficits in older adults with cognitive impairment.
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The relaxation dietary supplements market looks pumped with promising new ingredients and research.
The category is still notable, especially in global markets.
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A new study suggests the patented French pine bark extract may improve cognitive function, attention, and mental performance in healthy adults aged 55—70.
A new study suggests drinking Concord grape juice may improve cognitive performance in working mothers.
Enzymotec says PS can help increase stamina during exercise and boost post-exercise recovery.
By boosting acetylcholine synthesis, a supplement like A-GPC may help counter the “signaling fatigue” that often contributes to muscular fatigue and loss of strength, as well as muscle performance, because acetylcholine helps control speed of muscle contraction.