Supplement Your Mind
Today, we have access to a dizzying array of dietary supplements, each claiming to be the key to improved health. Some have proven medicinal value. A few are potentially harmful. Most are simply worthless (like Prevagen, the “active” ingredient of which is a protein that is immediately destroyed in the stomach). The sheer volume of often contradictory information makes it extremely difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff. The job of the AD Foundation is to do this for you. Here are the top dietary supplements we recommend specifically for Alzheimer’s prevention.
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Speaking of dietary supplements…
Worry about your memory? Take action NOW! Introducing SuppleMEM™ AD, an exciting new memory health aid that contains the same formula shown to prevent Alzheimer’s disease (AD) symptoms in scientific studies on animal models. This medical food cocktail is one of our Top Tips for Alzheimer’s Prevention. Even more exciting, 25% of net proceeds will be donated to the AD Foundation! Now you can do something about your memory and help fund Alzheimer’s research.