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Dietary supplements are not generally covered by health insurance however some Health Savings Accounts (HSA) or Flexible Saving Accounts (FSA) may permit monies saved be used toward the costs of vitamins and/or dietary supplements. Please check with your plan administrator.

We are not aware of any common side effects associated with taking Prevagen. If you are concerned about any side effects, you may want to talk with your doctor before beginning Prevagen use.

After many years of research and development, Prevagen was introduced in 2007. Prevagen is now available nationwide.

Yes, you can continue to take your vitamin and mineral supplements with Prevagen. Prevagen works unlike any other supplement to help support the brain.* Prevagen works in a complementary way to other vitamin and mineral supplements. It is not meant to replace your current supplement regimen.

Prevagen is available in regular strength (10 mg) and extra strength (20 mg) dosages because no two people are alike. This gives you the option of choosing what’s right for you.

Prevagen is made in the USA.