Nutrition Business Journal

Cognitive Diligence

Aging Americans fear cognitive decline but supplement solutions face tight restrictions

Are cognitive-support products poised to join sexual enhancement, weight loss, and sports performance pills as the next trouble spot for the dietary supplement industry?

It’s a question industry observers are mulling in the wake of a high-profile Federal Trade Commission complaint against ingredient giant DSM, a $5-million class-action lawsuit against best-selling brain booster Prevagen, and allegations by a U.S.

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