Supplement for the Brain
June 9, 2017 10:10am CST
Since Dementia and Alzheimer's runs in my family, I always try to read and look up new information that is available to assist in my prevention of scrambled brains. Not that I wouldn't mind blocking a lot of memories mind you, but still..... You may have seen some of the recent commercials for a supplement called Cognium put out my Natrol that has already gone through nine human clinical studies. The ingredient is a silk protein called hydrolysate (Cera-Q) that increases blood flow and glucose to areas of the brain that provide memory and cognition. Supposedly you can feel results in as little as 4 weeks and the price is pretty reasonable. As always, check with your doctor to see if this product would be helpful.
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• United States
12 Jun 17
@1hopefulman Here is a link with all kinds of info.
Dementia symptoms, signs, causes, tests, diagnosis, stages, treatment and care - learn about dementia and how it relates to Alzheimer's and memory loss. Understand the association between serious mental decline and normal aging and why 'senility' and 'seni
• United States
9 Jun 17
i'd visit with someone 'fore takin' such, hon. i dunno if'n yer'n any other meds/vitamins?? e'en the pharmacist can look'p to make certain 'f no ill interactions. i'd also be 'nterested'n their studies. so many'f these supplements 'n their adverts 're quite oft full 'f hooey.