Best academic research of the year Award at Vitafoods, Geneva
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The clinical study conducted by a group of researchers from Swinburne University in Australia received the Award for best academic research of the year.
This prize is awarded by the magazine NutraIngredients during the annual Vitafoods congress in Geneva.
This study examines the effects of the formulation of Longvida Curcumin on cognitive functions. After taking 400mg daily, the participants saw their scores improve after one month. In particular, they observed a score improvement in working memory tasks (short-term memory), general fatigue and calmness.