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AQcognitive

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Activate and protect your memory

Helps maintain memory and improve concentration

  • Vasoregulatory, antioxidant and neuroprotective effect.
  • Improves synaptic transmission in the brain.
  • It has a stabilizing effect on cell membranes.
  • It increases the levels of fosfadilcolina and acetil choline in the brain.
  • Avoid deficiency states of vitamin D and B5.

C.N. 181783.9

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Clinically Tested

Scientifically endorsed

Components:

  • Dry extract of Ginkgo
  • Bacopa Dry Extract
  • Alpha lipoic acid
  • Citicoline
  • Vitamins D and B5

There is a direct relationship between concentration, memory and the ability to learn, factors that affect cognitive performance, today's essential in our knowledge society, and especially for the students, usually young.

Over the years, in some circumstances, there is a deterioration of the memory, intellect, behavior and of the ability to perform activities of daily life.

Although it mainly affects the elderly, these symptoms of cognitive impairment are not a normal consequence of aging, and they can be prevented, treated and delayed.  Our objective has been to developed a useful and effective product for both sectors of the population:

  • Students who want to enhance their concentration and memory to increase their cognitive performance and improve their learning ability.
  • Older people who want to preserve and prevent memory loss and cognitive function associated with age.

Properties:

  • It helps to prevent the loss of memory and cognitive capacity associated with age.
  • It helps improve cognitive ability.
  • It helps to improve the capacity for learning and concentration.
  • It helps improve memory.
  • Prevents possible nutrient deficiencies associated with cognitive deterioration.

Take 1 capsule daily. Do not exceed the recommended dose.

Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you are using a concomitant anticoagulant treatment.

It is a food supplement evaluated and approved by European Agencies (Belgium, and Spain) according to the most demanding standards.

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  • Liu J, Atamna H, Kuratsune H, Ames BN. Delaying brain mitochondrial decay and aging with mitochondrial antioxidants and metabolites. Ann N and Acad Sci 2002 Apr; 959: 133-66 2002; 959: 133-66.
  • Lynch MA. Lipoic acid confers protection against oxidative injury in non-neuronal and neuronal tissue. Nutr Neurosci 2001; 4 (6): 419-38 2002; 4: 419-38.
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  • Packer L, Tritschler HJ, Wessel K. Neuroprotection by the metabolic antioxidant alpha-lipoic acid. Free Radic Biol Med 1997; 22: 359-378.

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