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Jennifer Grebow is editor-in-chief of Nutritional Outlook.
The company is sharing data from a new, proprietary clinical study on its polyphenol ingredient, Memophenol, for cognitive health.
Activ’Inside (Beychac-et-Caillau, France) will share new cognitive clinical data, plus new grape seed extract innovations, the upcoming Vitafoods Europe trade show taking place May 7-9 in Geneva, Switzerland.
First, the company is sharing data from a new, proprietary clinical study on its polyphenol ingredient, Memophenol, for cognitive health. Memophenol is a combination of French grape and wild blueberry polyphenols.
The randomized, double-blind crossover, placebo-controlled study was conducted in students. “Cognitive performance was tested under exams conditions through validated cognitive tests,” the company’s press release says.
According to the firm, researchers found that, compared to placebo, one shot of Memophenol taken by students 90 minutes before an exam resulted in significantly increased attention and working memory for at least one hour and enhanced cognitive performance by up to 36%. The company plans to share more of these results and details with attendees at Vitafoods, at the New Ingredients Theater on May 8.
Visit Vitafoods booth #B30