Memory Supplement Maker Supports Former Professional Athletes Experiencing Normal Age-Related Memory Loss
Madison, WI (November 2013) — Quincy Bioscience, a Wisconsin-based biotech company, announces the launch of a new national effort to provide memory support for retired professional athletes who are experiencing age-related memory loss.
Quincy Bioscience has created an outreach hotline for athletes to call and learn how the nation’s leading memory supplement Prevagen® may help them. These athletes will receive a complimentary memory kit which includes a bottle of Prevagen, a subscription to online brain training resource, and research literature that shows additional nutritional and lifestyle changes to improve brain performance.
“Professional athletes often develop mild memory problems associated with aging,” said Mark Underwood, president and co-founder of Quincy Bioscience. “We want to assist them in any way possible to support their memory and healthy levels of cognition.”
For over six years, Quincy Bioscience has been promoting the benefits of a unique memory ingredient called apoaequorin in its product Prevagen. Backed with published safety and efficacy studies, Prevagen has sold over 1.8 million bottles nationwide in drugstores, health food stores, and physician offices since the product was launched in 2007.
By helping people who are dealing with normal age-related memory loss, Prevagen has been the No. 1 selling branded memory supplement in chain drug stores in the country for several years according to Nielsen.
Apoaequorin is safe and well-tolerated and has been deemed safe enough to be considered a food ingredient. For current athletes who must concern themselves about illegal substances, apoaequorin is not on any list of prohibited substances by any governing body in sport.
Current and past professional athletes, who are interested in the Prevagen memory kit, should call (888) 895-6463.