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Health, Beauty And Wellness Research News: Omegas And Cognitive Function, Spearmint And Memory, CR And Protein

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

EPA, DHA and DPA may be good for executive function, while high levels of ARA may have negative impact on executive and cognitive functions; Kemin touts studies supporting cognitive and physical benefits of its spearmint extract ingredient; and Consumer Reports says 6 protein drinks "very good."

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