Senior Times Interview with Professor’s John Nolan & Ríona Mulcahy
In a recent Senior Times podcast, Mairead Robinson spoke to Professors John Nolan and Ríona Mulcahy, authors of a landmark Irish study (The Re-MIND Trial) revealing a food supplement can slow the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
Prof John Nolan- The Hot Desk WLRFM Interview
We are delighted that Waterford local radio station WLRFM recently interviewed Professor John Nolan, to learn more about the Re-MIND Trial and its findings.
Prof John Nolan’s Midwest Radio interview on all things Brain health & ReMind
The word about Re-Mind is beginning to spread! Thanks to Midwest radio for a really informative interview with Prof Nolan and James Geraghty from Molloys Pharmacies discussing the NRCI Alzheimer’s trial, who ReMind is suitable for and how it can help support our brain health.
Newstalk interviews Prof Nolan about Re-MIND Alzheimer’s research
Listen to Prof Nolan explain to Clare McKenna how targeted nutritional supplementation can help with the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease
ReMind in the press
We are delighted to see Irish media recognising the ground-breaking and significant research being undertaken at Nutrition Research Centre Ireland in Waterford, investigating the benefits of targeted nutrition on cognition and brain health.
Re-MIND Study Now Published in Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease
The Re-MIND clinical trial from the Nutrition Research Centre Ireland (NRCI) at South East Technological University, during which the ReMind™ supplement was used, has been published in the esteemed Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease (JAD). The Editor-In-Chief, Prof George Perry (JAD), identified this study as newsworthy, saying “Re-MIND adds strong clinical evidence to the growing body […]
Omega-3s as Brain Food
Let’s talk about Brain Food, more specifically the Omega-3s known as DHA and EPA.
Carotenoids and Cognition: A summary of the evidence
Author: Prof John Nolan, Director Nutrition Research Ireland Introduction: Carotenoids and Cognition One of the main challenges of our ageing population is to limit the burden of any disability or disease and maximise the quality of life in later years, so that we can continue to function and engage with our environment and its surroundings […]