NZ Blackcurrants Raise cGP in Parkinson's Patients in 28 Day Trial

25 June 2020

Parkinson patients tested the effectiveness of NZ blackcurrants and their effect of cGP in the body. The 28 day trial found that consuming a supplement made primarily of New Zealand blackcurrants, increased the levels of cyclic glycine-proline (cGP), a compound that is linked to brain health.

The supplement tested on the patients was our very own Brain Shield, we’re proud to bring to say that the cGP increased in the Parkinson patients by 74.36%.

The study ultimately proved that cGP is effectively consumed by our bodies by taking Brain Shield or any oral supplementation of cGP.

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