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Jul 26, 2013

Memory Loss Battles May Benefit from Ginkgo Biloba Supplementation

Ginkgo biloba may boost brain functions by increasing stem cell growth: Rat study

26 July 2013, NutraIngredients USA, Nathan Gray -- "Supplementation with an extract from Ginkgo biloba may help to battle memory loss and cognitive impairments associated with dementia by encouraging the growth and development of neural stem cells, according new research in rats."

Curated by Dr. Margaret Carroll Boardman on Scoop.it GR2 Food, Nutrition and Health via www.nutraingredients-usa.com 

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