Happy November! With the holiday season officially starting this month, many of us will be visiting friends and family whom we only see only a few times a year. It’s times like these that underscore just how important a good memory can be.
For over 5 years Prevagen has been improving the lives of people across the country by sharpening their minds. But did you know that apoaequorin, the powerful active ingredient in Prevagen, has more than 15 years of research behind it?
This research effort culminated in a landmark trial called the Madison Memory Study, which proved Prevagen effective in four measurable categories of cognitive function. We’re excited about this study, which was over two years in the making, for several reasons:
- The study was a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial, the gold standard in testing.
- Computers were used to determine whether activity in participants’ brains actually changed while taking Prevagen.
- The study was large; over 218 people took part.
- Participants in the study matched real world consumers; i.e. people over 40 with age-related memory concerns. The average age of those in the study was 62 years old.
After seeing the results of this study, potential users can have confidence that Prevagen does help provide clearer thinking to the majority of people who try it.
Over the next four Jellyfish Times articles, we will cover each of the four categories of cognitive function that was tested in the trial and how these significant results translate to improving everyday life with the use of Prevagen.
Quincy Bioscience is committed to helping improve cognitive issues that come as a result of aging. Results from the Madison Memory Study have proven we are on the right track. Join us for the next four articles, to look at our real-life research and how it applies to your everyday life.
Here’s to a happy holiday season of making the keeping of many happy memories intact.