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Friday, June 15, 2012

Prevagen Dietary Supplement Review and Giveaway

One Month Supply

Do you have trouble remembering little things? Do you wish your mind was a little sharper? Prevagen® may be the supplement for you.


I used Prevagen® for the last 30 days. Unfortunately, the last two weeks was a period of extreme stress in my life. During this time, my 22 year old daughter was diagnosed with Stage 3 ovarian cancer. I have spent hours on end in the hospital with her as she was recovering from surgery. This change of routine made it hard to tell of Prevagen was helping my memory. I honestly didn't notice a change in my ability to think and make decisions. However, I did notice one thing that I can't really explain. I usually get 1-2 debilitating migraines a month. Stress exacerbates these headaches. I expected to get at least one headache during the time my daughter was in the hospital. I didn't get any headaches during the 30 days I used Prevagen. I don't know if this somehow related to the supplement or if it were just a coincidence, but either way, I was grateful to be headache free while dealing with such a difficult crisis in my life. 


I didn't have any adverse side affects while taking Prevagen. Some supplements upset my stomach so I am relieved to find that this did not. The capsules are not too big and fairly easy to swallow. 


I am impressed that Prevagen is willing to back their product with a 100% money back guarantee and that it is proudly Made in America. 


For more information on Prevagen, visit their website at http://www.prevagen.com. My blog readers will receive 5% off any order by using the Coupon Code: Blog5.


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**Disclaimer: Any statements regarding Prevagen have not been evaluated by the FDA. Prevagen is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease. Please see your health care provider if you have questions about taking this supplement. 
As per FTC guidelines, I received a bottle of supplement at no charge for review purposes. My opinion is based on my experience and not influenced by outside sources.




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17 comments:

  1. Voted #1 Brain Health Supplement of 2011.

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  2. Proteins come from jellyfish:)

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  3. Around the age of 40, our brain’s cognitive function begins to slow down

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  4. I love it being a natural and sage product.

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  5. I learned that Prevagen may possibly have the potential of reversing age-associated cognitive dysfunction.

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  6. I learned that the researchers who originally discovered the jellyfish protein back in the early 1960's were awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

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  7. I learned that it is proven to increase brain cell survival.
    kathlynebrown at yahoo dot com

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  8. I learned that its a sage product.

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  9. I learned that it is proven to increase brain cell survival.

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  10. that it improves memory and increase brain cell survival

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  11. increases brain cell survival. need that!

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  12. I learned that Prevagen was voted #1 Brain Health Supplement for 2011.
    klconn7 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  13. I learned how Prevagen protects your brain by watching the video!

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  14. Quincy Bioscience has research laboratories at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In our foundational trials, apoaequorin demonstrated over 50% brain cell protection versus the control group. A recent memory study showed Prevagen significantly improved cognitive function compared to placebo. The findings of this research were presented to the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference.

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  15. I learned we lose 30,000 brain cells each day.

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  16. Thanks for the Prevagen review! As an update, the ABC affiliate in West Palm Beach did a story recently, “Jellyfish: A boon to brain health?” Check it out! http://youtu.be/tUNdqGSo3YM

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