Plasmalogen supplementation review article published

Several recently published peer-reviewed research articles from independent and prestigious research institutions involving large, well-characterized populations of persons suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias have unanimously concluded that low blood plasmalogen levels are linked to dementia: as originally discovered and described by Dr. Dayan Goodenowe, Prodrome Sciences’ Founder and CEO, in his landmark 2007 paper. As a result, there is considerable interest in how to increase blood plasmalogen levels.  

Dr. Chris Meletis recently published a review in Integrative Medicine in which he thoroughly investigated both the link between plasmalogens and Alzheimer’s disease and the various technologies available to elevate blood plasmalogens. His review contains valuable information for consumers and practitioners interested in plasmalogen supplementation. The article highlights the importance of knowing what type of plasmalogen molecule should be used for supplementation in order to ensure that the plasmalogen supplement being ingested actually gets absorbed into the blood stream; some plasmalogen supplements do not make it past digestion.

Dr. Dayan Goodenowe is the world’s leading expert on plasmalogens. He was the first to discover low plasmalogen levels in Alzheimer’s, the first to describe the biochemical mechanisms of plasmalogens in the body, the first to invent testing methods to measure plasmalogens, and the first to invent targeted plasmalogen elevating products. His technology is available to the public now! The ProdromeScan blood test measures plasmalogens and Prodrome’s plasmalogen supplements are proven to replenish and augment blood plasmalogen levels.

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