Ceretain
49.95

Ceretain® is a Food for Special Medical Purposes to help manage the special dietary requirements of those with high homocysteine levels diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Dementia or related Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI).

A flavourful protein-based drink, Ceretain® contains contains a special B-vitamin formulation clinically demonstrated to address the medically determined nutrient deficiencies which lead to elevated homocysteine. In this way, Ceretain® contributes to normal homocysteine metabolism in people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Dementia or related MCI. Ceretain® also contains N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC), an ingredient that may provide nutritional support against the effects of a breakdown in the homocysteine methylation pathway.

Ceretain® should form part of a normal healthy diet. It is recommended that this food is consumed with a suitable source of Omega 3 to maintain an appropriate DHA status. Not suitable as a sole source of nutrition or for children under 12. Contains sugar and sweetener.

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This website is for people living with Alzheimer’s Dementia or related Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) or their carers.

This website contains information about Alzheimer’s Dementia, related Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and Ceretain®, a Food for Special Medical Purposes for the dietary needs of those with high homocysteine levels diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Dementia or related Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). Ceretain® must be used under medical supervision.

This information is designed for people recommended to take Ceretain® by a healthcare professional, such as a doctor, specialist nurse or pharmacist.

You must seek advice from your doctor, specialist nurse or pharmacist if you are unsure of your condition or diagnosis or if you would like to use Ceretain®.

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