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Memory Solutions

Memory Solutions

Women's Health Network introduces our NEW Memory Solutions by Better Mind. If you’re concerned about memory loss now, and where it could lead in the future, get daily, comprehensive memory and brain health support with Memory Solutions, developed by neurologist Dr. Julie Schwartzbard. Specifically formulated according to the latest medical research, Memory Solutions helps protect brain cells from oxidative damage. It includes vitamins and specific nutrients, like curcumin and quercetin, proven by scientific studies to be highly effective for supporting healthy brain activity. Research shows that supplementation is a key element for maintaining and enhancing memory function. Memory Solutions helps counter memory issues associated with normal aging.

Memory Solutions contains:

  • Vitamin B complex — with maximum B-12 which may help preserve brain volume that may shrink with age.
  • Folic acid — as Quatrefolic® to support memory function.
  • Vitamin D — may help in reducing amyloid plaque build-up.
  • Curcumin — as Meriva® Curcumin Phytosome supports protection of the brain.

Memory Solutions is:

  • Made from only the safest and most bioavailable forms of vitamins, minerals, herbs and trace elements. All of the ingredients are sourced naturally and do not contain sugar, binders or fillers.
  • Expertly formulated by a practicing board-certified neurologist.
  • Manufactured in a facility validated by NSF International to meet or exceed all governmental requirements for Good Manufacturing Practices (the FDA's GMPs).

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Memory Solutions Ingredients

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Review by Terri on 03/23/2016

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At first I did not see a difference but after a few months I saw a big improvement.

Review by Lisa on 08/10/2015

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In all fairness, I have not used this product for a very long time, but in just a few weeks, I did feel a little of that menopausal fog lifted and my overall balance improved. I continue to use it and hope that it continues to help my state of mind.

Review by Kristy on 08/17/2014

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I have not been taking it for very long, not quite a month yet. But It does seem to be helping with my not forgetting names, or when I go into a room for something and can't remember why !