Multivitamin shows brain boosting act...

Multivitamin shows brain boosting activity for elderly women

There are 2 comments on the NutraIngredients story from Sep 27, 2012, titled Multivitamin shows brain boosting activity for elderly women. In it, NutraIngredients reports that:

A daily multivitamin and mineral supplement with added herbal ingredients may boost performance accuracy and enhance neural efficiency in older women, suggest data from a randomized controlled trial from Australia.

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rehabthebill

Pottstown, PA

#1 Sep 28, 2012
But you can just go into a store a buy it without a doctors prescription so how can it be any good silly?

Making sure seniors have basic nutrition requirements met before industrial strength man made chemicals? Oh the humanity.
billshields2

Salt Lake City, UT

#3 Nov 29, 2012
Is this a ( http://www.truvite.com/shop/product-category/... ) multivitamin for women of all ages, or just for the elderly? I know that my wife would love to feel smarter and do more process with her brain if she could.

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