Polyphenols intake can prevent cognitive decline
Conducted by Inserm, Activ’Inside and Harvard, a 12-year follow-up epidemiological study was performed on 1329 healthy French people aged 65 years old and above to investigate how a diet rich in polyphenols could prevent cognitive decline.Activ’Inside has just published an in-house U-HPLC method for saffron characterization in the journal Food chemistry.
This study shows that a higher polyphenols consumption reduces by 50% the risk of having a severe cognitive decline*.
These results confirm the important role of polyphenols in MemophenolTM. This patented innovative active solution is a specific association of polyphenols-rich extracts from French grape and wild blueberry, clinically proven to enhance learning, short-term and long-term memories, and to prevent cognitive decline.
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* According to the study «Lefevre-Arbogast et al. 2018, Neurology, Pattern of polyphenol intake and the long-term risk of dementia in older persons», when comparing the population in the highest quartile of polyphenols intake with the lowest quartile.
Study conducted by:
- INSERM : Institut National de la Santé Et de la Recherche Médicale (National Institute of Health and Medical Research).
- ACTIV’INSIDE : We use science, analytical methods, regulation, intellectual property and marketing to give you UNIQUE PRODUCTS, reflecting customer needs for a fast and safe access to market.
- HARVARD : Private Research University of Public Health.
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