Drugs and Supplements 

Alzheimer’s nutrient drink falters in clinical trial

There is no good evidence that a nutrient drink being sold online in the UK to “help” people with early Alzheimer’s actually slows the disease, say experts. Latest trial results in patients who took Souvenaid did not find it preserves memory and thinking. The authors say in Lancet Neurology that bigger studies are needed to show if the product can work as hoped. And consumers should be aware that the £3.49 per bottle drink “is not a cure”. Manufacturer Nutricia says its drink should only be taken under the direction…

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