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How can a nutritional intervention help meet the brain energy requirements in Mild Cognitive Impairment?​

People experiencing Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) the brain loses the ability to use glucose as a source of energy. This means that an extra source of energy is needed for make up for this deficiency.​

See how a specific dietary intervention made up of encapsulated medium chain triglycerides of fats called kMCTs improve memory, help recall words, think faster, and boost multi-tasking in Mild Cognitive Impairment patients after taking the BrainXpert energy complex twice per day for 6 months​


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