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Memory Study Offers Promising Results For Aging Americans: Juvenon Boosts Memory By Nearly 20 %

Recent results of a clinical trial featuring Juvenon Cellular Health Supplement offer promising news for those suffering from age-related memory problems.

Jan. 20, 2012 - PRLog -- Media Contact: Ann Lindemann
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Incline Village, Nev. (PRWeb) Jan. 20, 2012 -- Recent results of a pilot clinical trial featuring Juvenon™ Cellular Health Supplement offer promising news for those suffering from age-related memory problems, according to Dr. Ben V. Treadwell a former Harvard Medical School professor and member of Juvenon’s Scientific Advisory Board.

In this three-month study, 72 individuals with age-related memory problems were divided into three groups. One group took a typical daily dose of Juvenon™ (1000 mg. of Acetyl-L-Carnitine and 400 mg. of Alpha-Lipoic Acid), another group took twice the daily dose, and the remaining group took a placebo.

“We gave the study volunteers a series of memory tests periodically during the evaluation period and the results were quite impressive,” Treadwell reports. “The group taking twice the daily dose of Juvenon™ saw their working memory increase by 17.6%

Additionally, the study group who simply took the daily dose of Juvenon reported a notable 9.3% boost in working memory.

“Thanks to the encouraging results of this preliminary study, the company is now planning a larger-scale study,” Treadwell says. “This will examine in greater detail how Juvenon can improve memory, focus and cognition.”

The most recent study focused on working memory, which is a system for temporarily storing and managing the information required to carry out complex cognitive tasks such as learning, reasoning, and comprehension. Unfortunately working memory is one of the first types of memory to diminish as people age.

“Working memory is the memory you use to locate your car in the parking lot, drive to a familiar destination, or keep up with the conversation,” Treadwell explains. “It’s also one of the most frustrating and embarrassing types of memory loss there is.”

Treadwell and noted anti-aging researchers Dr. Tory Hagen, Ph.D. and Dr. Bruce Ames, Ph.D. were instrumental in developing the Juvenon formula. This clinical trial follows several successful cognition clinical trials conducted on rats and dogs.

Juvenon™ Cellular Health features two little-known nutrients that may actually help slow down the hidden cause of aging: acetyl-L-carnitine (ALC) and alpha lipoic acid (ALA). Juvenon™ provides a balanced ratio of these nutrients, which have been shown to boost mitochondrial function, providing increased energy to help counter cellular aging.

Treadwell suggests the sooner one addresses memory loss, forgetfulness and fading brainpower the better. Taken as directed, Juvenon can help protect the brain from age-related memory decline while inhibiting/neutralizing toxic substances that act on tissues and organs to impair their function, resulting in the age-associated decline of health and vitality.

To purchase Juvenon or obtain additional information and scientific findings, visit Juvenon, www.juvenon.com.

About Juvenon:
Juvenon's mission is to develop and market nutritional health supplements that help maintain vigor and functionality as we age. Juvenon has proprietary technology, originally developed at the University of California, Berkeley, and protected by United States and international patents. We also have a team of world-class scientists, led by Dr. Bruce Ames, Ph.D., winner of the National Medal of Science and other international honors.

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