Seriously. It’s a blend of the highest quality and most heavily researched ingredients. The ingredients have been shown to help improve memory, protect the brain and support optimal brain health. Don’t believe me? All of the ingredients were researched and validated by the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation led by expert Neuroscientists and have 100’s of clinical research studies to back them up.
I’m not just saying that as a play on words about the brain. Many supplement brands put ingredients in their products that have been shown to be helpful but at doses that are far below clinical effectiveness. This doesn’t do anyone any good. Memory Care Labs scrutinizes all of the available research to ensure that all of the safest and most effective daily doses are given.
Memory Care Labs cares about happy and satisfied customers, hence the care part in the name. They offer a 100% money back guarantee for 30 days. Who else can say that? AND they aren’t going to sign you up for a Free Trial and secretly charge you an arm and a leg every month. They value their customers.
We’ve all been looking for something that we can do improve our memory and to help prevent the growing epidemic of dementia and age related memory loss. My grandmother, whom I was extremely close with, died from dementia in November. It gives me peace of mind to know that Memory Care Labs created a product, Memory Defense, that I can take on a daily basis to help protect my brain and improve my memory.
Sometimes I think big drug companies only care about treating sickness rather than keeping people healthy. Memory Care Labs is committed to researching novel ways to prevent and completely eradicate the development of age related memory diseases. A percentage of every purchase goes to Alzheimer’s and Dementia research.
If you’ve made it this far, you need to do something to help protect your brain and improve your memory. It’s easy to think “I’m fine” or “that won’t happen to me” but the risk is real. Here are some facts from the Alzheimer’s Association: every 66 seconds someone in the U.S. develops an age related memory disease and 1 in 3 people will die with Alzheimer’s. I don’t know about you, but that scares the heck out of me.