When it comes to the science of memory loss and the science of memory support – there’s Souvenaid.
Synapses: The memory superconductors of your mind
Synapses make it possible to create and recall memories. They’re the connection points that allow for communication in our brains (and there are trillions of them). Throughout our lives, we continuously lose and re-grow synapses. But as we age, we tend to lose them faster than we re-grow them.
As our synapses decrease, so can our ability to remember things, new and old.
Souvenaid is the only supplement specifically formulated to support memory function, by strengthening synapse connections through nutrition.*
*NHANES analysis: Adults age 50+ years (n=2292). Recommended intake for choline is based on Adequate Intake (AI). Intake of omega-3 fatty acids based on combined EPA+DHA intake. Recommended intake for †Omega-3 fatty acids is estimated from AI recommendations for alpha-linolenic acid. There is no set DRI (Dietary Reference Intake) for DHA/EPA.
Essential for meeting nutritional needs for synapse support
Studies show that most Americans age 50 and over do not get adequate nutrients for synapse formation.
But with one serving a day, Souvenaid could help fill the daily need for the vast majority.
Making it easy to support memory function long-term*
Souvenaid, with Fortasyn Connect, delivers specialized nutrition for specialized memory support. It takes the complexity out of synapse nutrition – as a ready-to-drink supplement.
But just because you consume nutrients doesn’t mean your body can use them for memory support. So we designed Fortasyn Connect to not only provide synapse-strengthening* nutrients, but also the vitamins and minerals needed to help your body use them.
If your memory supplement doesn’t have both key nutrients and supporting components, your body may not best use the nutrients for memory support.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
A commitment your memory will thank you for
Your memory is essential to who you are – but supporting it doesn’t happen immediately. We don’t believe in magic solutions, and neither should you. That’s why it’s so important to know how your brain functions, and how the right nutrition can support that functioning.
Much like taking a multivitamin, you won’t feel the nutrients Souvenaid is providing – but you’ll know your synapses are getting the nutrients they need for the long-haul.
Your synapses need ongoing nutrition, and strengthening them is a process that takes time. To help support your memory function long- term, continue taking Souvenaid as part of your daily nutritional routine.
If you’re concerned about your long-term memory function, starting today is a proactive approach to supporting it.
Supporting your synapses* with Souvenaid takes commitment, but your synapses will thank you.
Other ways to support your memory
Nourishing your synapses with Souvenaid is key to memory health – but there’s so much more you can do! Get started in these four key areas.
We all know that exercise is good for the body, but did you know it can also help your memory? Research shows that 45-60 minutes of exercise, at least 3x a week for 6 months, can improve memory.
Sleep can affect both short-term and long-term memory. One of the major reasons is: sleep is when a process called memory consolidation happens.
Socializing can fuel memory and attention and help strengthen brain connections. Studies show that both humans and mice have a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease when lonely or living in isolation.
Multiple studies show that adults who engage in brain games – like crossword puzzles, word puzzles, and bridge – have higher cognitive abilities.
Commit to memory
Souvenaid is the choice you can make now – for your synapses, for your future.