Role of Nutrition in early Alzheimer's
People living with early Alzheimers Disease have been shown to have relatively low levels of a range of nutrients in their bodies despite eating a normal diet.
These nutrients are required in the process of making new connections in the brain called synapses.
Omega 3 fatty acids, uridine monophosphate and choline, together with several key vitamins, all work together to help this process.
The loss of synapses is one of the key features of early Alzheimers Disease resulting in loss of memory.
Souvenaid contains a unique combination of nutrients at levels that are difficult to achieve from diet alone; DHA and EPA, B vitamins, UMP, Choline and Phosphodipids
Souvenaid is available as a once a day, 125ml drink in two tasty flavours (strawberry and vanilla)
Souvenaid contains nutrients that are naturally present in food and may be taken with standard medication for Alzheimers Disease. Discuss this with your healthcare professional, such as a doctor, specialist nurse or pharmacist.