These nutrients are required in the process of making new connections in the brain called synapses. The loss of synapses is one of the key features of early Alzheimer’s disease.
Omega 3 fatty acids, uridine monophosphate and choline, together with several key vitamins, all work together to help this process. To find out more about nutrition and synapse formation click here.
Souvenaid® is an innovative product for the dietary management of early Alzheimer’s disease and contains a unique combination of nutrients at levels difficult to achieve from diet alone. Souvenaid® is available as a once a day, 125ml drink in two flavours (strawberry and vanilla).
Souvenaid® must be recommended to you by a healthcare professional (consult with your doctor, dietitian, specialist nurse or pharmacist).
Speak to your healthcare professional about Souvenaid® and they will discuss with you whether taking Souvenaid® is right for you.
Souvenaid® is available in your local pharmacy at a recommended retail price of €3.99 per bottle in the Republic of Ireland and £3.49 per bottle in Northern Ireland.
In the UK you can purchase via our pharmacy partner Chemist direct https://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/search/go?w=souvenaid#
Souvenaid® contains nutrients that are naturally present in food and may be taken with standard medication for Alzheimer’s disease. Discuss with your healthcare professional, such as a doctor, specialist nurse or pharmacist.
Souvenaid® can be stored at room temperature and is stable for 12 months when kept at this temperature.
Once opened, a bottle of Souvenaid® should be closed, kept in the fridge and consumed within 24 hours. We recommend drinking an entire bottle of Souvenaid® at once to ensure that the correct amount is taken each day.
Souvenaid® is designed to be taken daily. It should be taken under the direction of your doctor, specialist nurse or pharmacist.
If the person taking Souvenaid® does forget to take it at the usual time, they should just drink it when they remember or are reminded. We suggest Souvenaid® is taken once per day.
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