New Zealand’s Ārepa is aiming to be present in all supermarkets nationwide by the end of this year and looking to expand in the Australia and US markets, on the back of the credibility boost of winning a NutraIngredients-Asia Award.
A term used to define the use of supplements, dieting protocols, special sleeping schedules and more in an effort to boost one’s cognitive abilities is a major trend at the moment. This may be overkill for some people — at least if they’re still under the age of 36. According to a new study, exercise in younger adults can rapidly boost one’s ability to learn.
One in eight adults over 60 report some form of memory loss (CDC). A little forgetfulness doesn’t mean you’re headed for Alzheimer’s Disease. But, this statistic is a strong reminder that our brains need a little help as we get older.
Study shows low intake of flavonoid-rich foods linked with higher Alzheimer’s risk over 20 years. Older adults who consumed small amounts of flavonoid-rich foods, such as berries, apples and tea, were 2 to 4 times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s
Caffeine: We love it, we consume it, and we can’t live without it. While we all wish that a cup of coffee could cure the world of all its problems, for some people, it can actually do more harm than good. So, is caffeine actually bad for you?
L-theanine is an amino acid extracted from the leaves of Camellia Sinensis — the fancy-pants name for the common green tea plant. It’s actually responsible for some of the savoury notes in green tea and is becoming a highly popular natural and safe calming agent.