Clear Up Confusion About “Memory Supplements”

Buzz about false claims on Prevagen (apoaequorin) labels is raising questions about supplements promoted to boost memory.

The Prevagen manufacturer now has to take claims of improved memory and cognition off labels...and pay refunds to some customers.

If patients ask about Prevagen, explain there’s no reliable evidence it works...and there are reports of serious side effects, such as stroke and seizures. Plus it costs at least $40/month.

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