The team will also be discussing the results of a recently completed randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, in which it says users of Nutricog demonstrated significant improvements compared to placebo across multiple cognitive domains.
According to Seth Flowerman, President & CEO of PLT Health Solutions, the new ingredient was developed in response to consumer interest in maximising cognitive support as a quality-of-life issue.
He says: "Today, we are seeing rapidly increasing interest in cognitive support for a broad range of lifestyle goals. Consumers are actively seeking everything from enhanced focus to reduced stress, improved mood, faster learning, effective memory, better adaptability and enhanced multitasking.
"At PLT, we're very excited to be introducing Nutricog to the European market after more than five years in development with our partner Laila Nutraceuticals. We are proud of the strength of our clinical data to support messaging related to these consumer needs,” he said.
"Nutricog also checks many boxes consumers want in an ingredient today. It's completely novel and botanical. It's experiential, and effective at a relatively low dose, making compliance easier."
In addition to its cognitive ingredient portfolio, PLT will be presenting a broad and clinically substantiated joint and muscle health portfolio, and a range of cardiovascular health ingredients based on grape seed polyphenols.
The firm offers a portfolio of scientifically studied grape seed-derived polyphenol ingredients in collaboration with innovation partner, California Natural Color, a division of E. & J. Gallo.
All grape seed-based polyphenols are produced using only non-fermented seeds and skins from California wine grapes and juice grapes collected in the Central Valley of California. The company is a leader in traceability and sustainability, documenting all aspects of growing, treating and handling the varietal grapes. Through thorough supply chain documentation and laboratory testing, California Natural Colors and PLT can substantiate freshness, identity, domestic origin, and absence of chemical contaminants and genetic modification.