Cocoa flavanol consumption improves cognitive function, blood pressure control, and metabolic profile in elderly subjects: the Cocoa, Cognition, and Aging (CoCoA) Study—a randomized controlled trial1234

@inproceedings{Mastroiacovo2015CocoaFC,
  title={Cocoa flavanol consumption improves cognitive function, blood pressure control, and metabolic profile in elderly subjects: the Cocoa, Cognition, and Aging (CoCoA) Study—a randomized controlled trial1234},
  author={Daniela Mastroiacovo and Catherine L. Kwik-Uribe and Davide Grassi and Stefano Necozione and Angiolicchio Raffaele and Luana Pistacchio and Roberta Righetti and Raffaella Bocale and Maria Carmela Lechiara and Carmine Marini and C{\'e}sar Margarit Ferri and Giovambattista Desideri},
  booktitle={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Recent evidence has indicated that flavanol consumption may have many health benefits in humans, including improved cognitive activities. OBJECTIVE The aim was to evaluate the effect of flavanol consumption on cognitive performance in cognitively intact elderly subjects. DESIGN This was a double-blind, controlled, parallel-arm study conducted in 90 elderly individuals without clinical evidence of cognitive dysfunction who were randomly assigned to consume daily for 8 wk a drink… CONTINUE READING
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