Improved cognitive performance after dietary supplementation with a Pinus radiata bark extract Formulation

@article{Pipingas2008ImprovedCP,
  title={Improved cognitive performance after dietary supplementation with a Pinus radiata bark extract Formulation},
  author={A. Pipingas and R. Silberstein and L. Vitetta and C. V. Rooy and E. Harris and J. Young and C. Frampton and A. Sali and J. Nastasi},
  journal={Phytotherapy Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={22}
}
Dietary interventions may have the potential to counter age-related cognitive decline. [...] Key Method This double-blind, controlled study examined the effects on cognitive performance of a 5 week supplementation with Enzogenol Pinus radiata bark extract containing flavonoids, in 42 males aged 50-65 years, with a body mass index >25. Participants were supplemented for 5 weeks either with Enzogenol plus vitamin C, or with vitamin C only.Expand
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