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5. Based on the results of the National Disease and Therapeutic Index syndicated report among physicians who recommend a dietary supplement with lutein for eye health – December 2014 – December 2015 (USA data). – Need EU reference

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21. Hassevoort K et al., Macular Carotenoids, Aerobic Fitness, and Central Adiposity Are Associated Differentially with Hippocampal-Dependent Relational Memory in Preadolescent Children J Pediatr. 2017 Apr;183:108-11.

22. Barnett S et al., (2017) Macular pigment optical density is positively associated with academic performance among preadolescent children. Nutritional Neuroscience, DOI: 10.1080/1028415X.2017.1329976.

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