Quincy Bioscience has added a chewable version of its Prevagen memory supplement.


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Quincy Bioscience introduces Prevagen Chewables

June 13th, 2014

MADISON, Wis. – Quincy Bioscience has added a chewable version of its Prevagen memory supplement.

The company said Friday that Prevagen Chewables, now on shelves at Walgreens locations nationwide, are designed to support healthy brain function and improve mild memory issues associated with aging.

Prevagen Chewables come 30-tablet sizes in a mixed berry flavor and contain 10 mg of the mind-enhancing ingredient apoaequorin per dose.

According to Quincy Bioscience, the body's ability to produce essential calcium-binding proteins slows down during aging and may affect memory, focus and concentration. Apoaequorin has been clinically tested to supplement those proteins and improve brain health and overall memory, the company said.

Daily use of the supplement for 30 to 90 days is recommended in order to experience results, Quincy Bioscience added.

"Our chewable formulation provides for convenience and ease-of-use for people that are not fans of swallowing pills," stated Mark Underwood, president and co-founder of Quincy Bioscience. "We want to remove every barrier that stands in the path of better brain health."

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