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Prevagen supplement

Price: $59.95 / 30 capsules

Prevagen Supplement Review: Does This Brain Supplement Work Or Is It Driven By The “Hype Machine?”

The Prevagen supplement has recently generated a lot of hype in the brain supplement industry.

Our mental capacities become less reliable as we age than they used to be in our younger years.

Suddenly, simple things, such as phone/pin numbers, important dates, and anniversaries become very difficult to remember and as we recognize these memory defects, it can become a bit heartbreaking.

The true tragedy is when we start to lose our more treasured memories – things we once took for granted.

This can affect anyone 30 years of age and up. Unfortunately, memory loss is just the start of it.

Here’s the deal:

Our attention and concentration can also shorten. Our willingness to learn new things and engage in mental challenges start to dwindle.

The only company focused on alleviating these symptoms and improving cognitive functioning that consistently delivered positive results was our Editors’ Choice Winner for the best brain supplements.  

Despite the “cool branding”, for the aging brain, nothing seemed to deliver on virtually every guarantee like Nitrovit, and few manufacturers seemed keen to try, with most focused only on a younger market.

That is why when we came across the Prevagen supplement, with its “…for minds over 40” slogan, it peaked our interest. Could we have a new contender for the top spot in the memory function category? Did we have on our hands a brain supplement that could be as good, if not better than Nitrovit?

We decided to find out…

Taking a look around the official website for the Prevagen supplement, Quincy Bioscience class their product as a “brain power supplement“.

The website and product packaging promote three main benefits; “a healthier brain, sharper mind, and memory protection“. In addition to this, Prevagen claims to help you concentrate, as well as protecting the brain against cell aging.

Prevagen was available in a couple of retail stores such as Rite Aid and Walgreens for a little while. While initial thoughts would tell you a brain supplement offered in a retail store is a good thing, that’s not often the case.

Any fan of shows like Shark Tank will already know that large retail outlets suck the profit out of most small to medium businesses… “We’ll put your Memory Booster in our 300 stores, but we’re only prepared to pay you 20% of retail”.

What’s the point?

The point is that conversations like this usually result in one of two things:

  1. The manufacturer walks away disgusted – this is a good thing!
  2. Accept the offer, but in a desperate rush to claw back some of the lost profit for themselves, the manufacturers start swapping quality ingredients for cheaper ones. This is not good!

So, did Prevagen sell their soul to Walgreens for promised riches and taken out all of the expensive and effective ingredients? Well, the truth is they couldn’t if they wanted to as Prevagen bizarrely only contains a single ingredient – Apoaequorinextracted from Jellyfish of all things!

We were all even more intrigued at this point and had to know if Apoaequorin was some miracle brain enhancer given to us by Father Neptune himself, and whether Prevagen could really do what it says on the bottle?

Jellyfish Protein in the Prevagen supplement? prevagen reviews

Prevagen’s unique selling point, Apoaequorin, is essentially a calcium binding protein found in Jellyfish and claimed by Prevagen to be needed by our brains for healthy function.

The Apoaequorin used in Prevagen has been produced in their cGMP compliant and NSF certified facility in Wisconsin, which ensures safety and reassurance in quality. While there is some evidence that Apoaequorin may provide increases in cognitive abilities, that information is limited.

The test results in favor of Apoaequorin potentially being able to slow cognitive decline were found to work with elderly test subjects – who already had cognitive impairment and decline, such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia

It would appear that Prevagen may be better suited to those of a certain age or who suffer from a neurological disorder. 

However, we recently learned some very interesting information about the Apoaequorin found in the Prevagen supplement.

They are under scrutiny right now over the claims being made about their product, which includes a large variety of complaints filed with the National Counsel Against Health Fraud

One of the most significant complaints against the Prevagen supplement is that the product can’t work as advertised because the primary active ingredient, apoaequorin, is destroyed in the digestive system, turning it into common amino acids that can be found in common brain food products. Furthermore, the amino acids are also far less in amount than the normal daily intake of amino acids in the average person.

This is a MAJOR red flag!

We already had our doubts about the calcium binding protein and our experience revealed less than ideal results. While we were not overly impressed with the Prevagen supplement, this type of discovery was surprising. Unfortunately, these types of discoveries are made from time to time in the supplement industry and it can give the entire industry a bad name.

This why it has always been our mission one to conduct comprehensive tests and reviews of a wide variety of products to provide you with unbiased reviews that may help you to separate the contenders from the pretenders.

However, let’s take a look further inside the Prevagen supplement to find out if any of the other active ingredients were capable of providing positive cognitive benefits.  

Apoaequorin Vs Huperzine A, for Memory Formation and Recall

So how does Apoaequorin compare to more well-known nootropics in general?

Our team agreed that given the choice, Huperzine A (when coupled with Vinpocetine) as a memory, focus, and mental energy enhancer could perhaps be a better choice in certain cases.

Huperzine A is a natural brain health supplement with proven results backed by relatively long term studies. We believe it was Neuro Laboratories inclusion of their Huperzine A / Vinpocetine / Oat Straw in their Nitrovit product that helped boost their nootropic supplement to the top of our charts and provided noticeable cognitive benefits.

For people over 35, a daily supplementation of Huperzine A is the perfect solution for attention, energy, and memory issues. Apoaequorin may also provide these benefits but there is far less available data.

Now:

We have discovered that the amount of apoaequorin used in Prevagen is simply broken up by the digestive system and therefore, it never has the opportunity to deliver the cognitive enhancement claims that it makes. 

To the test of the Prevagen Supplement!

Our own editor Martin, the office “guinea pig” James, and his brother Jonathan jumped at the Prevagen challenge and gave it a shot. 

For the first 6 days, all three testers claimed that they experienced some subtle boosts in mental clarity and memory recall but feared they may also be falling into the “placebo effect” trap.

Into the second week, however, the effects became weaker and less noticeable. Regardless of any slight boosts experienced in the first few days, Martin, James, and Jonathan all discontinued use by the middle of the third week.  

Out of the three, Jonathan reported slightly better sleep quality and felt the only variable that could have caused this was the inclusion of the Prevagen supplement into his diet. However, I am not sure how confident I am to say the Prevagen supplement will provide better sleep quality.

As for memory formation and recall, he ran tests using both Lumosity and Dual N-back and found slight changes but nothing substantial enough to proclaim they were a result of cognitive boosts provided by using the Prevagen supplement.

In defense of Prevagen, three weeks may not really a fair enough trial period, and the founder of the Apoaequorin protein is a Nobel prize winner, so perhaps a longer testing period was necessary.

However, as with any other nootropic supplement, the overall quality of the nootropics used are quite an important factor. It is possible that the overall quality and/or the amount of Apoaequorin used in the Prevagen supplement were sub-par or insufficient and therefore, resulted in little to no cognitive benefits that they claimed. 

Pro’s and Con’s of the Prevagen Supplement prevagen supplment reviews

Pro’s of Prevagen Supplement

  • Prevagen ingredients are unique compared to other nootropic brain power supplements
  • The Prevagen supplement tries to specifically cater to the elderly
  • Also available offline – Consumer protection comes with shopping the high street (…or so we thought)

Con’s of Prevagen Supplement

  • Evidence and test reports only confirmed minor decreases in cognitive decline, when given to patients already suffering from cognitive impairment
  • No long term test results – little is known about the effects of Apoaequorin if used for extended periods
  • The main ingredient carries less scientific proof compared to better-studied ingredients with proven track records
  • Increasing number of consumer complaints to the National Council Against Health Fraud
  • The amount and/or strength of the Apoaequorin found in the Prevagen supplement are either insufficient or weak and shown to be broken down by the digestive system into everyday amino acids
  • Not enough noticeable or significant benefits to justify the overall cost of the Prevagen supplement

The Bottom Line about the Prevagen Supplement:

There well may be something to Prevagen, but you may need to give it time to show what it can do and it still may not deliver anything at all. If patience isn’t your strong point, however, check out our top rated attention/focus, memory, and brain boosters. The newly enhanced Nitrovit formula recently took over our top spot of Editor’s Choice for the best brain supplements of 2016.

You can also have a look at our comparison table showing our top ten recommended nootropic supplements of 2016. 

Total Score: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Effectiveness:  2.5 Stars (2.5 / 5)
Ingredients: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Side Effects: 3.5 Stars (3.5 / 5)
Value for the Money: 3 Stars (3 / 5)

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63 Comments

  1. cedric Breed July 29, 2015 7:28 pm / Reply

    Memory loss runs in my family so if you can send me some I will be alright

  2. jackspry August 3, 2015 3:34 pm / Reply

    iam 74 and at times i gorget things and seen this product prevagen and thought it may help me remember but i have also used ginko byloba and found no increase in memory or simulation in brain cells

  3. Elizabeth Jane Lewis August 5, 2015 3:36 pm / Reply

    cant wait to see if prevagen h elps the brain.

  4. carla s August 6, 2015 4:18 pm / Reply

    saw advertisement on TV, starting to notice memory loss at my age, and it runs in my family. Am going to try this supplement and see if there’s any improvement.

  5. RW August 15, 2015 2:55 am / Reply

    I rate this product positive. My father took his product for six months. My mother confirms his memory was better while on a consistent regiment of prevagen. My father is 80 years old and was diagnosed with brain muscle deficiencies leading to his memory failures. He was on a prescription for memory enhancements and noted it didnt seem to help. He remained on his prescription while taking his prevagen. The only reason he stopped taking it. He ran out of the product and I hadnt made time to replenish the six month supply. As for the wimpy idots that quit after 2 or 3 weeks. The manufacturer states it takes at least thirty days to notice any results from prevagen.

  6. John D August 20, 2015 1:08 am / Reply

    starting today 8/18.
    74 yoa lets see what happens after 30 days!

  7. John D August 20, 2015 1:10 am / Reply

    8/18 77 years of age, getting forgetful.

  8. McLovin August 20, 2015 3:35 am / Reply

    This stuff is BS. Jellyfish my arse – more like sugar pill. I see John D above aged 3 years in 2 minutes! Is he from Prevagen and bumping his product or are you guys writing these comments?

    Anyway, avoid… Total waste of money would be one thing, but like a sucker I wasted 2 months of my life waiting for the results.

  9. Orlando August 21, 2015 4:46 am / Reply

    Well is hart to believe but I’m gonna try and see what happen in one month:)) I’m 50

  10. JAKE August 27, 2015 3:43 pm / Reply

    I am 80 years old . I have seen TV advertisement for Prevagen to improve Memory. I began using for the past 3 weeks and I observed blood inn the urine after 3 weeks of usage . Also, I did not observe any improvement for my memory. Therefore I discontinued the usage of Prevagen

    • Del October 20, 2015 9:28 pm / Reply

      If you noticed blood in your urine, you should definitely be tested for this. This could indicate bladder cancer or inflammation and may not have anything to do with the Prevagen.

  11. Tracy September 13, 2015 5:52 pm / Reply

    I have just learned about this product from the weather channel. In 2012, I had a birthing accident that caused me to receive brain injuries. Mostly in my memory. I desperately wanna try this product. I’m only 25 and this shouldn’t be happening to me this early on. I hope I hear more positive feedback about this pill. Thank u.

  12. inez Turbeville September 18, 2015 8:55 pm / Reply

    I am 84, going to try it and beleive God will help it work, I eat food before I take any thing, I live in an assisted liveing home, waiting for friend to bring it to me. Some things don, t work without takeing food first,

  13. Jack September 24, 2015 7:34 pm / Reply

    My wife is 74 and has been diagnosed with moderate Alzheimer disease. She saw the ads and asked me to get her some Prevagen. I don’t know if it is a placebo affect or the real thing but after 25 days I can see an improvement in her memory.

  14. Mariamma September 27, 2015 7:18 pm / Reply

    Is prevagan has any side effect? After taking prevagan Lcouldnot sleep in the night.. can you write ang suggeston?

  15. Mariamma September 27, 2015 7:25 pm / Reply

    prevagan is not workig for me . just waisting money

  16. Karen Kybele October 2, 2015 3:00 pm / Reply

    You guys quit after 2-1/2 weeks and you call that a test? I am 64 and have taken several brain-enhancing products. Ginkgo has been my staple for years and I continue that along with the new ones that I try. Prevagen has been wonderful! The centermost part of my brain is the area that remembers names of people, places and things. I can tell a big improvement from adding Prevagen to my supplements.

    • Tanja October 6, 2015 7:10 pm / Reply

      karen you are correct. Supplements can take up to 3 weeks before they give almost full effect. 2 weeks is nothing. alternative takes MUCH LONGER than western med.

    • BPR October 15, 2015 4:31 am / Reply

      In our opinion there are better products out there that work faster. Prevagen is not the only solution for memory enhancement, though if you are stacking Prevagen – or any supplement – with others then this may have a substantial part to play in the results you are seeing Karen. I would look at other options as well if you are seeing results from a single ingredient product. Experiment a little.

  17. Claire October 2, 2015 3:08 pm / Reply

    Long time user. Noticed when I don’t take it for a few days my recall is not nearly as sharp. I believe it’s very helpful for my memory! I work with dementia patients so I know what memory loss does to a person’s quality of life.

  18. mitch October 4, 2015 4:29 pm / Reply

    I have been on extra strength prevagen for 5 weeks.
    I have been less focused than usual. I will give it 3
    more weeks and chime back in

  19. Paul October 11, 2015 10:24 pm / Reply

    Gave me horrible headaches but I didn’t know pre vegan was the cause until I went off it. It did not improve my memory and I have been on it for months.

  20. David October 15, 2015 4:21 am / Reply

    I am 77 and have tahen preagen for 2 months now and have seen good memory improvement, only side effect so far is having weird dreams that started 1 week after I started prevagen. I totally recommend it.

  21. Lars October 29, 2015 10:08 pm / Reply

    My wife has memory loss and is in her mid 80’s. She has been on Prevagen for about 6 weeks. Have not noticed any significant change. What is effect of increasing the doseage from 1 to multiple daily pills? Somewhere in the literature someone said that before a presentation to others, they took 3 pills to get the full effect! Hard to believe that it works that fast. Any other experience with more than 1 pill a day? Maybe we need to increase the dosage.

  22. Theteacher December 18, 2015 3:52 pm / Reply

    As a teacher in my mid 50s I thought I would give it a try. Purchased 1 bottle for 30 days (a bit pricey at $40) but if it’ works, well worth it. After 30 days I can honestly say I noticed no effects; which was disappointing. I have not purchased a second bottle. A 30 day trial period I feel is enough time to see if a product works. Hope though it works for others.

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:34 pm / Reply

      We seem to be hearing mixed reactions about Prevagen. However, over the past 6 months, we have re-worked our rankings and even revisited some supplements that tweaked their formulas. This included the newly enhanced cognitive nootropic called, Nitrovit. It took over our top spot for a reason. I would highly recommend it to virtually anyone!

  23. kathy harris January 3, 2016 6:48 pm / Reply

    My husband have been take prevagen for about 1 month and he’s memory seem to have gotten worse !!

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:31 pm / Reply

      We have been hearing quite a few problems with Prevagen lately and have changed around our ratings. Our number one recommendation that is safe and effective at boosting numerous areas of cognitive functioning and memory is called, Nitrovit. I highly recommend giving it a try!

  24. Judith January 7, 2016 4:19 pm / Reply

    I’m 67 and having trouble remembering. Tried prevagen and my memory improved a lot. On my way to get another bottlle

  25. marieraynor January 8, 2016 12:18 am / Reply

    95 yrs. old and very active. Still drive and do not use walking help..canes etc.. Only problem was remembering names and small recent happenings.. I have noticed an. improvement after taking 2/1/2 reg pills. I am anxiously awaiting to see what happens when the month rolls out.
    Only problem that I seem to have is I am sleepy a lot during the day. Hope that will go away.

  26. Helen January 8, 2016 8:12 pm / Reply

    It took a good month to notice any improvements. Using Prevagen 4/8 months, I noticed it after a month it was working pretty well. I was remembering things faster. But then after using it for 5 – 6 months I was not getting enough sleep, and I was constantly having a migraine! I do not recommend anyone with migraines to take this product. My mind was starting to get foggy. I ran out I ran out for a month to 6 weeks, and I noticed an improvement in my memory and also my migraines became a lot less! I bought 3 bottles so I would not run out, which I regret, because since I’ve taken them again I’ve gotten migraines galore, and I’m not sleeping well again!

  27. Helen January 8, 2016 8:16 pm / Reply

    I forgot to mention I am 66 years old. And my mind was starting to get foggy again after I took it again.

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:29 pm / Reply

      Give Nitrovit a try. Great at eliminating brain fog, improving memory, mental energy, and focus, while reducing stress and anxiety. It recently was boosted to our number 1 recommendation on the site.

  28. Jim January 9, 2016 2:47 pm / Reply

    I have been on it for 2 month and see no improvment

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:29 pm / Reply

      Sorry to hear that Prevagen hasn’t been working out for you. Have you checked out our number one recommendation called, Nitrovit? It is one of the best brain supplements we have tested and reviewed to date.

  29. Marylu January 11, 2016 3:26 pm / Reply

    I have been taking this for 3 days. Today I ind that my INR is 3.9. This is very unusual -has never happened before. Could Prevagen be a blood thinner?

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:28 pm / Reply

      Hi Marylu,

      I have not heard that this is a blood thinner, but I would ask the manufacturer if you have concerns. We have been getting some negative feedback about Prevagen lately and did not love the long term effects that it well, lacked. I would recommend checking out the number 1 recommendation called, Nitrovit. It is potent, powerful, safe, and effective. All the best!

  30. Gordon Goodson January 11, 2016 4:25 pm / Reply

    I am 68. I’m not in any form of dementia by any means. I go to get something and when I get there, I forget what I went to get.

    I have previously used ginko to improve my memory and it DID NOT work. I saw an ad for Prevagen so I thought I would give it a try.

    After 30 days I did not notice any improvement. After 60 days, no noticeable improvement. I kept going for 90 days and still noticeable improvement. I am now going on 120 days (11 pill to go) without any improvement in my memory.

    At $40 a month, I think that to purchase any more of this product is a waste of time and money. So much for my test of this worthless product.

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:26 pm / Reply

      Hey, Gordon.

      Sorry to hear you did not have a positive experience using Prevagen. It is definitely not one of my personal favorite supplements and I believe there are better options out there to help with a variety of cognitive needs, including memory. The best brain supplement we have tried in 2016 is the newly enhanced Nitrovit formula. I think you will find this provides much more noticeable benefits for you. Please let us know if you give it a try and how it works out for you!

  31. Lorine Branch January 17, 2016 4:54 pm / Reply

    Please send me a discount coupon for Prevagen. Thank You

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:24 pm / Reply

      Hi,

      Unfortunately, there is no Prevagen discount codes available at this time. However, we do have a discount code for our top recommendation called, Nitrovit. You can check out the Nitrovit Review, here. When you proceed to checkout, simply use the promo code, “focus10” for 10% OFF your entire order. The product is well worth the time and money and the best that we have come across so far in 2016! Have a great day!

  32. Rae Phillips January 26, 2016 4:28 pm / Reply

    My husband is 88 and his memory is slipping badly; I am 80 and a half step behind him. We have tried Prevagen both regular strength and high. We have used it for six months, almost seven. Neither us feel thre is any improvement. It was an expesive product and greatly disappointed as we did desperately need somthing to help. Feel cheated for sure. I have all the receipts.

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:20 pm / Reply

      Hi, Rae!

      Sorry to hear that Prevagen did not deliver on your expectations. I would recommend that you contact the company about a refund as they may have some type of money-back guarantee if it is not working well for you. However, I would also recommend that you check out the newly enhanced Nitrovit formula. It is highly effective and safer than Prevagen and the feedback we continue to receive has been astounding. It is our favorite pre-formulated nootropic stack to date!

  33. charlotte January 29, 2016 5:26 pm / Reply

    I have been taking prevage for almost a month, I think it is helping. Someone had mentioned that they were having headaches and I too am having headaches but,I don’t know if they are from the product .I will try 1 more month .

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:19 pm / Reply

      It is possible that you are experiencing headaches from a drop in acetylcholine levels. I would suggest considering a choline supplement to stack with Prevagen like, Alpha GPC, which is the best choline supplement in terms of bioavailability. However, there are also safer nootropics now available that are also more effective. Our number one choice is the newly enhanced cognitive nootropic supplement called, Nitrovit. I have been raving about it to the majority of our readers, not only because of our own personal positive experiences but because of the positive feedback we consider to receive daily from our readers. Thanks!

  34. Julia February 13, 2016 4:22 pm / Reply

    I took Prevagen for a week before having convulsions and tremors. When I looked it up on the Internet, thousands have reported these side effects with Prevagen. It may help many people but there is a risk you are of the few who may experience these side effects.

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:16 pm / Reply

      Hi, Julia!

      I sincerely appreciate you keeping us posted about your experience. Whenever it comes to nootropics, some people may experience them differently than others. We certainly had some cons to go with the pros of the supplement. However, I personally believe that Nitrovit is a much safer and more effective option. This is why we recently made their newly enhanced formula our top choice, overall.

  35. vanessa February 14, 2016 12:03 am / Reply

    I happen to have used Prevagen in my late forties too early fifties for short period of time off and on as it is a little pricey I did notice a significant difference in ability to recall and sharpness in my opinion from what I experienced it was worth the money I would still be using it but Unfortunately finances does not permit at this particular time .

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:15 pm / Reply

      I have heard mixed reviews about Prevagen and we experienced our pros and cons as well. If you are looking for something a little more cost-effective that I personally believe is also a better overall nootropic supplement, check out the newest number 1 recommendation called, Nitrovit.

  36. vanessa February 14, 2016 12:04 am / Reply

    Give Prevagen a try had very goodResults with it .☆

  37. Jeanette February 15, 2016 7:17 pm / Reply

    I have taken Prevagen for about 3 months and have seen positive results. I am 78 yrs. old. I feel like all paths through my brain have become pretty much untangled, although I still have some problems remembering some things.

    • BPR May 26, 2016 6:12 pm / Reply

      I am glad to hear that you have had some positive experiences using Prevagen. However, if you are still struggling with memory problems, I would highly recommend that you read our review of the Editor’s Top Choice brain supplement recommendation called, Nitrovit. It is very effective for boosting short and long-term memory, as well as enhancing working memory with the noopept ingredient.

  38. Barb February 18, 2016 4:46 am / Reply

    Maybe it’s a hit and miss sometimes thing work when they are needed maybe you don’t have Memory loss maybe you need something different to help your problems.

    • BPR May 14, 2016 2:07 am / Reply

      I agree and whenever it comes to nootropics, each and every person is different and may have different experiences with different nootropic supplements. Meaning, what may work really well for one person, may not work as well for another.

      However, recently my number 1 recommendation called, Nitrovit has updated their formula with one of the most potent and powerful pre-formulated nootropics that I have tested to date. The new formula is outstanding and only solidifies the number 1 recommendation. I am going to be updating the review shortly with more details about my experience with the new formula and why I thought it was so great.

      Feel free to check out the review and view others on the site for comparison to find the one that may work best for your specific cognitive needs and goals. Thanks and all the best!

  39. Bonney March 5, 2016 10:16 pm / Reply

    Pretty expensive, especially for people on Medicare , for a supplement that may or may not work.

  40. F. Willmott March 12, 2016 5:08 pm / Reply

    I’m a paralegal in my early 60’s. I wasn’t doing so well anymore at gleaning facts out of the cases I work with. Got written up at work, because it looked to my superiors like I just wasn’t paying attention. Started Prevagen D, when after about 2+ months of taking it, I was working a case, and realized – I was getting it!!! My job skills were back to normal. My only complaint is the price. I am taking mine every other day now and just hope that’s enough.

    • BPR May 14, 2016 2:00 am / Reply

      Hi,

      I am very happy to hear about your success with the supplement. I understand the issue with price. While, I certainly don’t want to sway you away from something that may already be working for you, I would recommend that you take a look at the newly enhanced Nitrovit formula. They recently updated it and it is beyond my number one recommendation now because the new formula blows the old one, which was already very good out of the water. It is one of the most potent and powerful that I have tried and the 30 day supply truly lasts 30 days. Plus, the price is reasonable and right now, they are providing 10% OFF for anyone that uses promo code “focus10” at check out. Hope this helps and please let me know if you have any further questions or comments. All the best!

  41. FAYE CAMERON March 27, 2016 6:09 pm / Reply

    You say nothing about adverse effects for Prevagen. Would like to know what they are before I start taking them. I am very allergic to so many antbiotics and some other medicines that I’m affraid to try it
    Please list what some of these affects are..

    • BPR May 14, 2016 1:53 am / Reply

      Hi, Faye and thank you for your comment. I apologize for such a late response but we had some serious website issues and have finally cleaned them up and gotten things back on track. You will notice a ton of updates in the near future.

      Regarding Prevagen, some potential side effects of Prevagen include heart arrhythmia, fainting, tremors and chest pains. The ingredients in Prevagen are apoaequorin, white rice flour, sodium chloride, magnesium stearate and acetic acid.

      Personally, I would recommend taking a look at our number 1 recommendation, Nitrovit. I recommend it now more highly than ever because of the updated and newly enhanced formula that they have released. It is the pre-formulated nootropic supplement of choice for me personally and that I have been using for quite some time now. Please check out the official Nitrovit review, here. I will be updating it in the very near future with more specific details about the potent and powerful new formula.

      If you have any questions in the meantime, please do not hesitate to reach out. Thank you and all the best!

  42. Wayne Burdette March 29, 2016 3:18 pm / Reply

    I am 73 years of age and had been having short term memory. It started slow over a period of time and got worse as I aged. Trust me my short term memory was getting worse by the week. I saw the ad for Prevegan and said what the hell, I’ll try it a month or so and if I don’t see results I will stop, From about the third week my short term memory increased at a rapid state and now finishing the second month and will continue as it is well worth the money I pay a month.

    • BPR May 14, 2016 1:49 am / Reply

      Hi Wayne,

      I am very glad to hear that you are having success with Prevagen. I have heard quite a few others reporting positive effects from it. I would also recommend taking a look at our number 1 recommendation of Nitrovit which is especially effective for both short-term and long-term memory, as well as working memory and memory recall. Please keep us posted on how things continue working out for you and all the best!

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