Lutein and zeaxanthin: Children's cognitive performance & achievement [white paper]Lutein and zeaxanthin: Children's cognitive performance & achievement [white paper]
Download this white paper to read about emerging research pointing to the role of carotenoids in promoting cognitive health.
June 26, 2018
Childhood is a period of dynamic brain growth and cognitive development that is shaped, in part, by the child's nutritional exposures. As such, identification of dietary factors that promote cognitive health is likely to have a lasting impact on children’s ability for learning and achievement - setting them up for success in many facets of life.
One of the challenges in this area has been the identification of diet-dependent factors that correspond to cognitive function. To this end, emerging research is pointing to the role of carotenoids in promoting cognitive health has been particularly promising. Dig deeper in this white paper.
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About FloraGLO: New research shows that macular pigment optical density, a measure of lutein and zeaxanthin status, is related to attention, memory and academic achievement among school-aged children. “Lutein and Zeaxanthin: Children’s Cognitive Performance and Achievement” authored by Naiman Khan, PhD, RD, and sponsored by Kemin Health’s FloraGLO Lutein covers the research and opportunities to improve children’s health. FloraGLO Lutein is the only lutein brand clinically proven safe for infants and the most researched lutein brand worldwide.
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