DKSH (Cambodia) Ltd.
Date: January 31, 2015


DKSH, the leading Market Expansion Services provider with a focus on Asia, recently launched Abbott’s new complete and balanced nutrition supplement Ensure® Acti M² in Cambodia. The product was launched in conjunction with the ‘Nutrition for Cognitive Health in Adults Symposium’ for healthcare professionals in Phnom Penh.

Phnom Penh, Cambodia, January 31, 2015 – DKSH Cambodia invited renowned experts to present latest science on nutrition for the adults’ cognitive health. Participants learned about the science behind the formulation of Ensure Acti M².

Each serving of Ensure® Acti M2 contains 28 vitamins and minerals, such as calcium for strong teeth and bones and Omega-3, to support cardiovascular health. Many ingredients in Ensure® Acti M2 support  the brain and cognitive function, including 50 milligrams of Soy Phosphatidylserine (Soy PS) which is made from the enzymatic treatment of soybean lecithin with amino acid serine.

Human trials with Soy PS show that doses between 100 and 300 milligram per day, consumed for at least three months, can lead to cognitive benefits such as improvements in short-term memory. i, ii, iii, iv

Ensure® Acti M² contains choline, an essential nutrient required for the normal functioning of cells, brain and organs in the body. 

“DKSH and Abbott enjoy a long collaboration of giving the people of Cambodia access to high-quality nutritional supplements. Following the seminar, DKSH will use its strong marketing, sales and distribution capabilities to ensure that as many people as possible can enjoy the benefits of Ensure® Acti M²,” commented Sarah Lee, General Manager Consumer Goods, DKSH Cambodia.

About DKSH
DKSH is the leading Market Expansion Services provider with a focus on Asia. As the term "Market Expansion Services" suggests, DKSH helps other companies and brands to grow their business in new or existing markets. Publicly listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange since March 2012, DKSH is a global company headquartered in Zurich. With 735 business locations in 35 countries – 710 of them in Asia – and 27,200 specialized staff, DKSH generated net sales of CHF 9.6 billion in 2013.

DKSH Business Unit Consumer Goods is Asia’s leading Market Expansion Services provider with a focus on fast moving consumer goods, food services, luxury goods, fashion and lifestyle products, as well as hair and skin cosmetics. The Business Unit’s comprehensive Market Expansion Services extend from product feasibility studies and registration to importation, customs clearance, marketing and merchandising, sales, warehousing, physical distribution, invoicing, cash collection, and after-sales services. With 635 business locations in 22 countries and around 14,090 specialized staff, Business Unit Consumer Goods serves 300,000 retail outlets on a daily basis and generated net sales of CHF 4.2 billion in 2013.

For more information:

DKSH (Cambodia) Ltd.
Lanet Mang
Brand Champion
Phone +855 67 666 911
lanet.mang@dksh.com

DKSH Consumer Goods
Kalle Siebring
Communications Manager
Consumer Goods and Healthcare
Phone +66 2 220 9739
kalle.siebring@dksh.com
 


I  Schreiber S et al. An open trial of plant-source derived phosphatidylserine for treatment of age-related cognitive decline. Ise. J. Psychiatry Relat. Sci. 2000;37:4 302-307. 
II  Kato-Kataoka et al. Soybean-derived phosphatidylserine improves memory function of the elderly Japanese subjects with memory complaints. J. Clin. Biochem. Nutri. 2010;47:246-255. 15. Pepeu G et al. Review of phosphatidylserine pharmacological and clinical effects. Is phosphatidylserine a drug for the ageing brain? Pharmacological Research 1996;33:73-80. 
III  Gindin J et al. The effect of plant phosphatidylserine on age-associated memory impairment and mood in the functioning elderly. The Geriatric Institute for Education and Research, and Department of Geriatrics, Kaplan Hospital, Rehovot, Israel. 
IV  Richter Y et al. The effect of soybeanderived phosphatidylserine on cognitive performance in elderly with subjective memory complaints: a pilot study. Clin. Interv. in Aging 2013;8:557-63.

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