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Cognitive Conditions Fueling Demand For Dietary Ingredient Breakthroughs

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Rising rates of Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive conditions fuel demand for brain health supplements among consumers, with more than a third of US consumers saying they would be “very likely” to take them for memory, according to research firm Natural Marketing Institute.

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