Mannatech reports on results of Ambrose study

by louabbott on January 9, 2010

Mannatech reported yesterday the positive results of a new, human double-blind, placeobo-controlled study on their flagship product, Ambrotose:

Mannatech reports human study finds Mannatech’s Ambrotose complex improves cognition and well-being Co announced the results of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study that shows healthy middle-aged adults who took one teaspoon of Ambrotose(R) complex1 twice daily performed significantly better on memory tasks and were overall more positive in their mood. “This rigorous double-blind, placebo-controlled study confirms important biological effects of Mannatech’s flagship and proprietary product, Ambrotose complex,” said Dr. Robert A. Sinnott, MNS, PhD, co-chief executive officer and chief science officer of Mannatech. “The significantly better performance on memory tasks and positive effects on mood experienced by the study participants who consumed Ambrotose complex is congruent with beneficial effects on brain functions.”

With all of the changes and negative news at the corporate level (see Related Posts below), I am sure this good news is welcome.

Full article available here.

Also, see our company profile at Mannatech Facts, News, and Reviews

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