Neurophenol Extract Shows Improvement to Spatial Learning

The first results of ACTIV'INSIDE’s ongoing study on Neurophenol extract have shown supplementation can enhance spatial learning.

LIBOURNE, France—The first results of ACTIV'INSIDE’s ongoing study on Neurophenol extract have shown supplementation can enhance spatial learning.

The six-month multicenter, placebo-controlled clinical study is currently in progress on 200 subjects in France and Canada. An in vivo study demonstrated older mice with a delay in learning in a spatial memory task could be restored with a polyphenol-rich diet.

ACTIV'INSIDE will present these initial clinical findings on the project at Health Ingredient Europe (HIE) 2014 along with showcasing more than 50 ingredient extracts.

Last year, ACTIV’INSIDE debuted its Natural Mg Lemon Balm at Vitafoods Europe 2013.

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