Scientific Resources

We have collected some relevant scientific resources here to share with you, covering:

Nutrition and Cognition

'Smart Drugs' In Research

UK National Nutritional Survey And Commentary

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Scientific Resources: Nutrition, Cognition & Brain Supplements

Nutrition and Cognition

Brainzyme® supplements contain natural-sourced ingredients that have been independently scientifically proven with clinical studies from respected scientific (peer reviewed) journals and the 18 member panel of nutritional/scientific peers at EFSA.

These published results can be found on the EFSA website and are copied below:

The relationship between these ingredients and the effects we claim (such as support of mental performance & cognition, increased concentration, and reduction of tiredness) has been investigated and recognized by EFSA, as shown by the linked articles.

Other helpful and related studies:

A controlled trial of vitamin-mineral supplementation: Effects of intelligence and performance (study in children).


A triple-blind placebo-controlled design capable of determining whether supplements could produce significant gains in standardized validated indices of intelligence/performance. Results showed highly significant improvements in I.Q with the 100% RDA group showing an (average) 3.7 point IQ increase, and one-third of the cohort showing a 10 point IQ jump. The 200% RDA group showed lower improvements, similar to the 50% RDA group.

Micronutrient Deficiencies and Cognitive Functioning


Brain foods: the effects of nutrients on brain function
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9, 568-578 (July 2008) | doi:10.1038/nrn2421


Nutrition and its effects on Academic Performance. How can our schools improve?


University of Aberdeen - Research Areas: Linking Nutrition to Cognition


Effect of a 12-mo micronutrient intervention on learning and memory (study in children)


Smart drugs/brain enhancers, nootropics, and cognitive enhancers

Wikipedia page on 'smart drugs', nootropics and cognitive enhancers


Towards responsible use of cognitive-enhancing drugs by the healthy.
Nature (Scientific Journal) 456, 702-705 (11 December 2008) | doi:10.1038/456702a;


'Use of ‘smart drugs’ on the rise'. Nature, (05 July 2018) 


No Evidence of Dehydration with Moderate Daily Coffee Intake: A Counterbalanced Cross-Over Study in a Free-Living Population


UK National Nutritional Survey, Advisory and Commentary

Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN)


Early childhood development and cognitive development in developing countries: A rigorous literature review, published by the UK GOV Department for International Development. It found that nutrition and health, when provided in optimal doses, has a positive effect on children’s cognitive development.


UK Government - National Diet and Nutrition Survey


Results of the National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS)


Dr. Alan Stewarts Referenced Resources for Professionals and the Public


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