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Enzymotec Ingredients Featured in Cognitex Basics

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—Life Extension® launched Cognitex Basics, a brain  health formula based on a unique complex formula specially designed by Enzymotec, Migdal Haemek, Israel, and featuring  Enzymotec's high-grade phosphatidylserine and the exclusive alpha-glycerylphosphoryl choline grade: Sharp-GPC™ Active.

"Enzymotec's strategy is to enable our customers to achieve growth through added value and differentiation," said  Elzaphan Hotam, CEO of Enzymotec USA. “We are proud to have the ability to offer not just innovative ingredients, but special combinations of our variety of products tailored specifically to our customer's needs.

Steven V. Joyal, vice president of scientific affairs at Life Extension, added, “We are pleased to now offer Cognitex Basics for value-conscious consumers who want to support cognitive health with scientifically supported ingredients in their daily supplementation regimen."

Enzymotec is a dynamic biotech company and a leading global developer, producer and supplier of lipid-based products and solutions. Enzymotec develops, manufactures and markets Bioactive ingredients and finished products based on proprietary technologies. Enzymotec's products support general health, from cardiovascular to cognitive functions, in the largest therapeutic markets and deliver innovative solutions to the pharma, infant nutrition and  bioactive ingredients business segments.

Founded in 1980, Life Extension is an organization whose objective is to develop scientific methods that enable people to live in health, youth and vigor for  as long as possible. Life Extension maintains high standards with products that contain premium-grade ingredients and guarantees quality and potency.

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