#52. MemoProve

by Neuro Pharma
7.91 out of 10 based on 21 user ratings
Written by: Brain Research Supplements
Date Published: 2011-06-17
7.91 / 10 stars
MemoProve Review

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Effectiveness of MemoProve

The main problem with this formula’s page is that the list of active ingredients is not detailed, classifying these nutrients under the generic name of peptones. We believe that this is the most basic and important information for potential consumers, but still, it seems to be left outside the sales material. The only affirmation made on this page is that the peptides included are those present in many protein-rich foods and are regarded as safe (GRAS).

It appears that N-PEP-12 is a derivative of cerebrolysin, a neuropeptide compound that appears naturally in the brain. This compound is used to treat Alzheimer’s disease in over 30 countries. However, the derivative peptone is not nearly as effective as the compound itself. A study in the journal International Clinical Psychology indicated that Neuropeptides N-PEP-12 peptones might be an effective treatment for normal memory loss associated with healthy, aging adults. The patented-pending compound has a neuroprotective effect against brain cell degeneration that ultimately leads to loss of synaptic connections and the death of neurons.

The official page underlines the numerous benefits of this high-quality natural support, describing it as the first clinically proven blend to counteract the effects of Age-Associated Memory Impairment (AAMI) and promote good memory. The manufacturing process and the methods used to ensure the quality control are also presented as compliant with the currents standards in the industry.

However, the N-PEP-12 peptones featured here is derived from pigs which render this product as unsuitable for vegetarians and those whose religion prohibits the consumption of pork-based products. The formula is claimed to be different than common stimulants or drugs, often advertised to have similar benefits. This is good news, but much more information is needed before people are going to buy this product.

Although there are a lot of testimonials available on the official page, we have our doubts in believing these are all real, and not written by the company’s affiliates. The supplement is promoted as proven safe with no drug interactions and no evidence of side effects resulted from the scientific trials of its core ingredient. Still, the MemoProve video presenting seniors who claim to have improved their memory appears much like infomercials, which are known for using actors, rather than some authentic testimonials from actual consumers.

MemoProve Price

The cost of MemoProve is relatively high as compared to other memory enhancers sold as scientific break-troughs. The product can be purchased directly from the manufacturer’s website or several online retailers. There are also several “bonus packages” available such as a “Buy 2 get one free” or the “Preferred Customer Program” (which involves the purchase of 4 boxes to receive two other free boxes). The labeling company offers a 30-day money back guarantee, but we were unable to find any customers who stated they were refunded when asked.


Does MemoProve Work?

The formula benefits of a rather elaborate presentation which unfortunately fails to provide an essential information: the actual active chemicals in its composition. Although it is repeatedly stated that the patented-pending blend (a mix of small chains of amino acids) is a clinically researched supplement in double-blind, placebo-controlled trials, there is no other information about these testing (number of participants, location, medical staff involved, etc.)

More so, the rather aggressive marketing campaign of the formula and the lack of relevant testimonials (on other sources than the official one) makes us question the official information provided. It is the main reason why we recommend precaution before making a final decision, as well as asking a professional opinion to make sure this formula will not cause unwanted reactions with negative consequence on the overall health.

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Final Score


Ranks #140 of 2558 (better than 94.63%) of all supplements.

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