VT_scatola_en

Nutraceutical product based on CITICOLINE - COGNIZIN®, HOMOTAURINE and VITAMIN E

 
Nutritional Information

Substances with a nutritional or physiological effect
1 tablet      
 %DVRs* 
CITICOLINE - Cognizin® 500 mg    
 
HOMOTAURINE 50 mg    
 
VITAMIN E (alfa TEq) 12 mg    
 100

*Daily Dietary Reference Values for vitamins and minerals according to Reg. (UE) n. 1169/2011

 

 

Description


CITICOLINE
Citicoline (Cognizin®) contained in VIVIFAST®, also known as CDP-choline, is a molecule generally present in the body. It is physiologically used as precursor in the synthesis of endogenous phospholipids involved in the processes of formation and repair of nerve cell membranes.
Furthermore, it constitutes the biological substrate necessary to the acetylcholine synthesis, a neurotransmitter essential for nerve impulses propagation.
Cognizin® is a particular form of citicoline produced with an innovative method that guarantees the absolute purity, thus the absence of contamination by heavy metals, additives and preservatives.

In patients treated with citicoline, published studies have shown:


VT_img1
> A significant improvement in brain energy metabolism, right after 6 weeks


 

 

 

 

 

> A positive effect on attention, temporal orientation ability and executive functions in treated patients

 

 

 

 

HOMOTAURINE
Homotaurine is a molecule extracted from a particular species of red algae with beneficial effects on memory and cognitive functions (Vivimind®).

VITAMIN E
Vitamin E helps to protect cells from oxidative stress.

 

 

How to use

1 tablet per day, to swallow with a sip of water.

Package

Box containing 2 blister of 10 swallowable gastro resistant tablets.

 

Leaflet

 

More Info

 

Citicoline functions
-------------------------------------
Bioavailability
of oral citicoline

-------------------------------------
Citicoline Cognizin®
-------------------------------------
Effects of citicoline
on attention and concentration

-------------------------------------
Citicoline in
cognitive decline

-------------------------------------
Citicoline in vascular cognitive impairment
------------------------------------

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

HTML 4.01 Valid CSS
Page loaded in: 0.035
Powered by Simplit CMS