2020-11-09

Ketogenic drink may boost brain in cognitive impaired, says Nestlé study

A Nestlé-produced ketogenic (kMCT) drink could improve cognitive function in individuals suffering from Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), the firm’s study suggests, as the product is set to be launched in Europe by the end of the year.


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