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PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE, RESVERATROL, COENZYME Q10 AND CIANOCOBALAMINE SUPPLEMENTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN SUBJECTIVE MEMORY COMPLAINTS AND GERIATRIC DEPRESSION SCALE IN ADULTS AND OLDER PERSONS I

N. Rodrigues Tavares, A. Gomes, L. Tenreiro

J Aging Res Clin Practice 2014;3(2):79-81

Memory loss is a major complaint among the elderly population. Claimed to enhance cognitive function and readily accessible in pharmacies and food stores, phospholipids supplementation has produced mixed findings in several studies. A group of healthy adults and elderly (n= 915) aged 65.65±11.10 years with an education level of 7.56±4.56 years participated in the study. Participants were submitted to the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE), Scale Memory Complaints (SMC) and Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS). Four individuals presented cognitive impairment, 874 presented memory complaints and 436 were above cut-off point for GDS. Subsequently, one women group (n=48) used phospholipids supplementation for 4 weeks. After the period of supplementation, a decrease in mean SMC and GDS values were observed. Phospholipids consumption over the course of 4 weeks significantly decreased SMC (p=0,000) and GDS (p=0.009) values in this women group.

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N. Rodrigues Tavares ; A. Gomes ; L. Tenreiro (2014): PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE, RESVERATROL, COENZYME Q10 AND CIANOCOBALAMINE SUPPLEMENTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN SUBJECTIVE MEMORY COMPLAINTS AND GERIATRIC DEPRESSION SCALE IN ADULTS AND OLDER PERSONS IN PORTUGAL. The Journal of Aging Research and Clinical Practice (JARCP). http://dx.doi.org/10.14283/jarcp.2014.15

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