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In Session

New research and ingredients provide a compelling case for brain health supplementation

Expo West 2017 Brain Games
Join Matthew Roberts, PhD, chief scientific officer at KGK Science, and New Hope Network supplements editor Todd Runestad to explore the latest in cognitive health innovation in this In Session video recorded at Natural Products Expo West 2017.

"The industry as a whole needs to re-examine how we approach the concept of cognitive health—from the ingredients that we supply, to the science that we develop to support claims, the target markets we address and end-use formulations we develop."

—Barbara Davis, Ph.D., PLT Health

Part 1: Human cognition 


  • Cognitive health protection is a top priority for consumers. 
  • Learning and memory ingredients and research. 


Part 2: Cognitive domains


  • Natural ingredients targeted toward executive function, perception-motor function and complex attention.  
  • Microbiome potential for social cognition. 


Part 3: The brain market


  • Brain market growth and new brain market target groups. 
  • The top brain health desires among consumers. 


Part 4: It's all in your head


  • Key focus areas for consumers. 
  • Supplements addressing stress, sleep, mood, memory, vitality, focus and cognitive performance. 


Part 5: The latest and greatest 


  • Trending brain health product lines. 
  • The future of the supplement industry in addressing cognitive health. 

This session—Brain Games, The Latest Research & Product Opportunities in Cognitive Health—was recorded at Natural Products Expo West 2017. Click "download" below to access the presentation slides.


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