Prevagen can help you keep track of your keys!
Ever have one of those days? You know what I’m talking about… you get ready to run to the store; you grab your keys and your phone, toss them in your purse, then realize you need to make a quick stop in the bathroom. When you get finished, you start looking for your keys so you can go to the store? Ugh. I am constantly forgetting where I put my phone (more than my keys!).
Well, now, there is help. Prevagen.
Prevagen is a once daily supplement (from Quincy Bioscience) that supplements those natural proteins to keep your memory sharper, your thinking clearer, and your brain functioning better. We all know that as we get older, we start to forget things. It’s normal with age, to be a little forgetful, but did you know that you are losing around 30,000 brain cells a day when it starts? Yeah! Crazy, huh?! So, what causes it? As our bodies age the ability to produce certain essential proteins starts to slow down. What can we do to fix that? Prevagen!
I love that you only have to take it once a day. It takes about 30-90 days to see a noticeable difference, but better late than never right?! Honestly, I started taking this supplement only a little over two weeks ago, and I can’t really say I see a significant difference, but I’m not at the 30 day mark either. I will say, I haven’t lost my keys yet this week. Not sure if it’s the Prevagen or the fact that Hubby made me put them on a carbiner clip and hook them to my purse, that keeps me from losing them, but I guess we’ll see.
Prevagen’s main ingredient (apoaequorin) is a protein that was originally found in the Aequorea victoria jellyfish, found only in the Puget Sound. That protein is the one that diminishes as we age. Apoaequorin has been clinically tested and proven to supplement our brains’ natural proteins and improve brain health and overall memory.
You can learn more about Prevagen, and find cool memory games to play, on their website! Check it out!
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