Winner of the 2017 Innovation Award for Food Supplements.
A patented component (™MemoPhenol) that helps improve cognitive activity and contains a synergistically researched composition of polyphenols.
Capsules containing French grape extract and blueberry.
Each capsule contains 600 mg of polyphenols.
The synergy between the components in ™MemoPhenol (Memo-Rise) allows up to 5 times higher bioavailability and 20% higher efficiency as an antioxidant than each of the components individually.
What are Polyphenols?
A large group of organic compounds found in plants.
Polyphenols have been studied in a wide range of fields (1,2) including memory and cognitive function, immune activity, inflammatory conditions and more.
Cumulative epidemiological evidence suggests a link between consuming a diet rich in certain polyphenols - such as those found in red grapes, chocolate, green tea, red wine, soy, turmeric and blueberries - and preventing cognitive decline in humans (3, 4, 5,6)
Studies Conducted in animals show that high consumption of blueberries or red grapes is associated with improved learning disabilities and memory in older animals or in model animals for Alzheimer's disease. (7,8)
A diet rich in polyphenols, for example a Mediterranean diet, can provide about 100-150 mg per day of polyphenols.
Nutritional sources: grapes, blueberries, strawberries, red wine, vegetables, tea, cocoa, curcumin, grains and more.
“MemoPhenol ™” Extract of whole French grapes (Vitis Viniferal) and blueberries (Vaccinium Angustifolium A) 600 Mg
Serving Size: 1 capsule with food
Serving Per Container : 30
Net capsule weight : 21.6 grams. Vegan.
Directions : One capsule a day, with a meal.
Altman Health was established in 2005 from the merger of two leading companies in the field.” Ta'am Teva”, which specializes in the production of organic food and nutritional supplements, and “Altman Pharmacy”. Both companies have been operating since the 1960s and have been pioneers in the field. Today, “Altman Health” is the leading nutritional supplement company in Israel, the company employs about 150 employees.
*The information here does not constitute a recommendation or indication for medical treatment
*PLEASE DO NOT CONSIDER THIS INFORMATION AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO CONSULTING YOUR PHYSICIAN/PHARMACIST.
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