NutrAward Winner Kyowa Hakko Sponsors VendorWorks Seminar on Cognizin™ Research

August 18, 2004

Best new ingredient to be featured at SupplySide West

New York, N.Y. – Forget to feed the dog? Misplace your keys? Leave your briefcase at home? Then it’s time to learn about the latest scientific discoveries surrounding Cognizin™ and how your products can benefit from using this novel and powerful anti-aging ingredient from Kyowa Hakko that has been used internationally for the beneficial action toward neurodegenerative disorders associated with stroke, cerebrovascular pathology, brain aging and head trauma.

Kyowa Hakko will sponsor a VendorWorks seminar featuring Cognizin™ brand citicoline and how it may offer new solutions for enhanced cognitive function. Dr. Alexander G. Schauss, PhD, a leading scientific expert on the health benefits of citicoline will be the featured speaker at SupplySide West on Friday, October 1 from 10:00 to 10:50 a.m in Room 803-804 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.

Dr. Schauss, director, Natural and Medicinal Products Research, Life Sciences Division, American Institute for Biosocial and Medical Research Inc., will discuss the capabilities Cognizin™ has shown in maintaining cognitive brain function and its ability to support cardiovascular health.

Kyowa Hakko has developed commercial production techniques of citicoline using proprietary fermentation technology. Scientific studies have indicated effectiveness for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease and improved stroke recuperation, as well as glaucoma.

Kyowa Hakko, one of the world leaders in the development, manufacturing and marketing of pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and functional food products, was the recipient of the 2004 Nutracon NutrAward for the best new ingredient of 2003 for Cognizin™ awarded at SupplyExpo in March.

Kyowa Hakko will provide Cognizin™ ingredient literature and product samples. For more information and reservations call (800) 570-1262 or visit To learn about the complete line of ingredients from Kyowa Hakko visit booth #1540.

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