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elderly woman alzheimer'sThe results of a research study of a medical food called Souvenaid was published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.  The study showed Souvenaid to improve cognitive functioning in people with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s.  The study reports that it was safe and tolerated by participants and there were virtually no side effects.  Medical foods are dietary supplements that help manage a disease or condition that causes nutritional deficiencies.  This study proves that a food can improve memory in Alzheimer’s patients.

Good nutrition is a major part of brain function and memory.  Fat nutrition is critical when it comes to your brain and memory.  Most experts agree that exercising, eating well, staying socially active and using your brain can lower the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

Souvenaid contains fatty nutrition (eicosapentaenoic acid, docosahexaenoic acid, phospholipids, and choline) with small amounts of antioxidants and B vitamins.  Medical foods are given only under the supervision of a doctor.  There is a fatty nutrition protocol you can use without the need of a prescription.  The protocol is to take Cataplex B (6 daily), Cataplex G (6 daily), Super-Eff (3 daily), Neuroplex (6 daily), and Omega Nutrition 100% Organic Coconut Oil (2 tablespoons daily).  Neuroplex is a protomorphogen (cellular substances from glandular extracts) of nerve and brain cells.  It has been proven that these tiniest nutritional specks of brain tissue circulate in the blood directing nutrition to the brain.  All of these products are produced by Standard Process except the coconut oil.

Contact Lynn for more information about Standard Process products and how you can use dietary supplements to improve the quality of your life.