Nutraceuticals Research

June 2013
Nutraceuticals World;Jun2013, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p54
The article presents abstracts on nutraceutical topics which include the effectiveness of oral supplementation with age-related eye disease study formula, the effects of daily oral supplementation with lutein/zeaxanthin on cataract surgery, and the association between greater adherence to Mediterranean diet (MeD) and likelihood of incident cognitive impairment (ICI).


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