Prevagen wins award for best brain health supplement

Prevagen wins award for best brain health supplement

Quincy Bioscience announces Prevagen has won the 2011 Vity Award for the best brain health supplement.

Quincy Bioscience announces Prevagen, the unique brain health supplement for memory, has won the 2011 Vity Award for the best brain health supplement.

The Vity Awards are sponsored by industry leading Vitamin Retailer magazine and honor the top selling vitamins and supplements in each category based on feedback from health food store retailers across the country.

Prevagen is the only supplement to contain the breakthrough ingredient ‘apoaequorin’, a naturally derived protein from a jellyfish which is neuroprotective and proven to improve memory by addressing the age-related calcium imbalance in brain cells.

“We are very pleased Prevagen has become the preferred memory supplement in a short period of time,” says Quincy Bioscience President Mark Underwood. “Our customers have been telling us how much Prevagen has helped them with thinking, learning, and memory. We are thankful to receive this award confirming their experience.”

Calcium in the nervous system is a requirement for vital brain cell functions. Research has shown the natural course of aging produces calcium imbalances, which affect the ability to remember. Apoaequorin helps restore calcium balance by buffering intracellular calcium and improve the health and function of brain cells leading to better memory.

revagen is available in health food stores and pharmacies nationwide. Retailers interested in carrying Prevagen can visit

About Quincy Bioscience

Quincy Bioscience is a biotechnology company based in Madison, Wisconsin. Quincy Bioscience is focused on the discovery and development of novel compounds to fight the aging process. The company's products focus on restoring calcium balance related to neurodegenerative disorders and other destructive age-related mechanisms.

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