Awarded as Top International (USA, Europe & Asia) Healthy Aging Supplement of 2020
The active ingredient, Cognivia, in the memory and healthy aging supplement MemNivia, licensed to the Orem, Utah company, DeVore Nutritionals, was recently selected by Nutra Ingredients as one of the top healthy aging products of 2020 – tops in the USA, Europe and Asia. Nutra Ingredients is an international supplement trade organization that monitors the efficacy and claims of thousands of products coming out of the supplement industry and awards only the best of the best.
The reason for its selection was Cognivia’s profound effectiveness as shown in placebo, randomized double-blind studies.
Here’s the background on MemNivia’s Cognivia.
As we age, our brain naturally begins to change causing a loss of recall and decline in mental sharpness and acuity which people perceive as memory problems.
Designed for those who are concerned about healthy aging and younger population who desire enhanced learning abilities, this breakthrough supplement immediately helps improve memory, cognitive functions/abilities and mood.
Here is a list of common difficulties related to getting older:
- Delayed Word Recall
- Difficulty to Recall Names & Numbers
- Short- or Long-Term Memory and Recall
- Impaired Impulse Control
- Poor Ability to Pay Attention
- Loss of or ability to Focus
- Difficulty in Learning
- Diminishing Ability to Analyze and Plan
Have You Experienced Any of These Age-Related Losses? If Yes, Then This Breakthrough Product May Be Your Answer
The product is MemNivia™ and is the result of a new breakthrough in the technology to extract the powerful brain nourishing and regenerating properties from two varieties of sage.
MemNivia consists of highly concentrated and potent (acute) cells harvested from Garden Sage leaves and then combined with micro-encapsulated oil extracted from Spanish Sage leaves. The combination makes MemNivia unparalleled in potency and effectiveness.
Recent studies have validated that you will experience up to six hours of enhanced memory and mental sharpness after taking a single dose of MemNivia™.
The same studies validated prolonged use of help long-term to maintain and improve memory with age decline as well as help preserve and improve age-related cognitive function.
Here's How and Why MemNivia Works
Research indicates memory and cognitive decline may be driven by an inflammatory neurotoxic protein call B-Amyloid that accumulates on neurons and slowly damages them leading to a decline in memory and cognition, eventually leading to neuronal death.
B-Amyloid also interferes in the protein CaMKII that allows neurons to communicate with each other, With diminished communication, memory and cognition is impaired and aggravated.
New research on MemNivia’s Cognivia conducted at Britian’s highly respected Northumbria University’s Brain, Performance and Nutrition Research Centre, shows that MemNivia’s ability to help memory and cognition loss and improve memory and cognition is due to its anti-inflammatory action and its ability to protect against the loss of CaMKII proteins.
DeVore Nutraceuticals is so sure the product will work they offer a no-risk 100% money-back guarantee on MemNivia to give their customers an ample time, 90 days, to experience optimal results from the product, without risk.
They say to use three bottles, a 90-day supply, risk-free and if you’re not satisfied, dispose of the empty bottles and ask for your money back. They report their refund rate is less than one-half of one percent. This is significant in that the average refund rate in the supplement industry nears 20%!
Also, they say, looking at the number of their customers who keep coming back, there must be something to their claims.
Bottom line: the makers of MemNivia claim the product helps maintain optimal mental well-being (maintaining concentration, attention and memory).
If you are experiencing any of these issues, it may be worth a try. You have nothing to lose and a lot to keep.
To Learn More About MemNivia to Try MemNivia Risk-Free for 90 Days to Experience How It Can Help You CLICK HERE.
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