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Winter 2015-2016 Special Edition

Restore Youthful Cognition and Well-Being

Dopamine is a “feel-good” neurotrans­mitter involved in preserving cognitive function, positive emotions, and longevity. Once we pass 45 years, dopamine levels begin a steady decline that manifests as impaired neurological function and loss of enthusiasm. The main cause of dopamine decline is an enzyme called MAO-B. Scientists have discovered a wild green oat extract that inhibits MAO-B, resulting in improvements in measurements of cognitive ability and cerebral circulation.

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