Clinical study on "Vayacog"? what is it all about?
In a 15-week study led by Professor Amos Corcin and associates, the activity of the diet supplement Vayacog compared to placebo was tested among 157 adults diagnosed with memory problems (but no dementia).
Following was an open phase, some of the first phase participants were taken for an additional 15 weeks. Diagnosis and evaluation were made using accepted diagnostic tools in the scientific / medical literature and included a test for memory and learning ability and interview with a clinician: 1. Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test (RAVLT - Verbal Test) 2. Clinical Global Impression of Change (CGIC) - a clinician assessment that reflects the level of improvement that the participant feels in the aftermath of treatment. 3. NexAde ™ - a series of computerized assessment tests to assess various cognitive abilities such as attention, concentration, memory, and learning.
Aspects examined included, among other things, blood tests, doctor examinations, essential measures (pulse and blood pressure) height and weight measurements, and monitoring of adverse events.
The study concludes that participants who took the Vayacog diet supplement have shown improvement in a variety of memory measures. The use of Vayacog was found to have no significant side effects.
* The results of the study were published in the scientific paper: Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders :