- Supports Healthy Brain Function
- Clinically Tested
- Improves Memory
- Once Daily
- Dietary Supplement
- Healthy Brain Function
- Sharper Mind
- Clearer Thinking
In a computer assessed, double-blinded, placebo controlled study, Prevagen improved memory.
Prevagen (apoaequorin) is clinically shown to help with mild memory problems associated with aging.
Prevagen contains apoaequorin, a protein which uniquely supports critical brain functions. In clinical studies Prevagen improved memory within 90 days.
Take 1 vegetarian capsule daily in the morning, with or without food.
White rice flour, salt, magnesium stearate, acetic acid, and disodium EDTA.
Contains no common allergens.
|Serving Size: 1 capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 30|
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|†Daily Value not established.|
Frequently Asked Questions about Prevagen
Since Prevagen is a unique brain health supplement, we’ve provided answers to some of the most frequently asked questions you may have.
What is Prevagen?
Prevagen (Pronounced: prev-uh-gen) is a brain health supplement unlike other brain or memory supplements.* Prevagen’s patented ingredient is a new use for a “apoaequorin” which was originally found in a certain species of jellyfish.
Prevagen has been clinically shown to improve mild memory problems that occur in aging.*
What are the most commonly reported benefits of Prevagen?
Improves short term memory*
Helps with mild memory problems associated with aging*
How long will it take to feel results?
Daily use for 90 days is a reasonable length of time to experience results, based on clinical studies.
Do you have research supporting Prevagen?
Prevagen improves cognitive performance
Yes. A recent memory study showed Prevagen significantly supported cognitive function compared to placebo.*
Can I take Prevagen with my current medication(s)?
While Prevagen has no known interactions it is always safe to talk with your GP before beginning a new course of supplementation.
Are there any side effects with Prevagen?
Prevagen is safe and well-tolerated. Apoaequorin, the main ingredient in Prevagen, has been deemed safe enough to be a food ingredient. Learn more about Prevagen safety by clicking here.
I haven’t heard of ‘apoaequorin’ before?
Researchers sure have! Apoaequorin (Pronounced: ā-poe-ē-kwôr-ĭn) was discovered in the early 1960’s when scientists wondered why a certain species of jellyfish glowed in the Puget Sound (Washington state). They discovered that apoaequorin, is luminescent. Today, because of apoaequorin’s long-history and safety, it is a preferred research tool. Don’t worry though, glowing is not a side-effect with Prevagen!
What is the role of jellyfish in Prevagen?
The main ingredient in Prevagen® is “apoaequorin”, which was originally discovered in jellyfish.
Prevagen® is now made in a controlled scientific process developed by scientists in Madison, Wisconsin.
Are jellyfish harmed in the making of Prevagen?
No. Apoaequorin, originally from the jellyfish is now grown in a safe and controlled manufacturing process.
Does Prevagen contain any allergens?
Prevagen® is made without most common allergens (milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soybeans). The active ingredient “apoaequorin” was originally discovered in jellyfish. A jellyfish is not truly a fish. People with fish allergies need not worry. Also, Prevagen® is made with a vegetarian capsule.
Should I continue to take my vitamin and mineral supplements with Prevagen?
Absolutely. Prevagen® is not meant to replace this type of supplementation. However, Prevagen® works unlike any other supplements to help support brain cells. Prevagen® works in a complementary way to vitamin and mineral supplementation.
What is CogState?
CogState is a widely used neuropsychological battery of computerized cognitive tests that are adaptation of standard neuropsychological tests. CogState’s tasks were selected because they are brief, repeatable, have shown little or no practice effects, and have utility for repeated assessment of cognition in older adults.
What are all the asterisks (*) for?
The asterisk (*) denotes the FDA disclaimer for dietary supplements. This statement or “disclaimer” is required by law (DSHEA) when a manufacturer makes a structure/function claim on a dietary supplement label. In general, these claims describe the role of a nutrient or dietary ingredient intended to affect the structure or function of the body. The manufacturer is responsible for ensuring the accuracy and truthfulness of these claims; they are not approved by FDA. For this reason, the law says that if a dietary supplement label includes such a claim, it must state in a “disclaimer” that FDA has not evaluated this claim. The disclaimer must also state that this product is not intended to “diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease,” because only a drug can legally make such a claim. For more information on dietary supplements, please visit www.fda.gov