New Evidence Shows Nutritional Supplement Improves Cognitive Processing Among Older Adults


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A University of South Florida (USF) study finds that a formula of nutrients helped improve cognitive processing speed in older adults.

The USF-developed nutritional supplement is high in antioxidants and other natural components, and contains extracts from blueberries and green tea combined with vitamin D3 and amino acids. The study was backed by funding from the University of South Florida Neuroscience Collaborative to Dr. Small and Dr. Bickford.


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The Social Economy Alliance, created by 23 social enterprises, co-operatives and charities, have conducted a poll that shows “clear preference exists for community-owned businesses that reinvest profits, with around half of consumers saying they would switch to one in housing, transport and banking.”


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