Rated: 8 out of 10
MemoProve belongs to that category of products that make unsubstantiated claims based on a secret formula. They spend a lot of money advertising, come to public attention, and then quietly vanish, leaving behind only questions and, inevitably, disappointment.
With bold claims of being the first once-a-day tablet to help people suffering from short term memory loss and poor concentration, our hopes for Memoprove were pretty high. Unfortunately, it didn't take long for us to be disappointed by this supposed memory enhancer. The makers of Memoprove don't reveal sufficient information about their clinical studies. Even worse, the doctor who ran the study was affiliated with the company that creates Memoprove, and the study itself was funded by the Austrian parent of the Memoprove company. We find this sort of deceitful marketing to be troubling.
The active ingredient in Memoprove is N-PEP-12 Peptones. Never heard of this ingredient? You're not alone. N-PEP-12 is a derivative of cerebrolysin, a neuropeptide compound that appears naturally in the brain. Cerebrolysin itself is used to treat Alzheimer's disease in over 30 countries. Unfortunately, the derivative peptone is not nearly as effective as cerebrolysin itself. A study in the journal International Clinical Psychology indicated that N-PEP-12 may be an effective treatment for normal memory loss associated with healthy, aging adults.
However, Memoprove derives its N-PEP-12 peptones from pigs. This is not only distasteful, but also renders this product unsuitable for vegetarians and those whose religion prohibits the consumption of pork-based products. We recommend avoiding any product derived from animals when at all possible. There is a very slight but real risk of becoming infected by animal-borne diseases.
This is the one area where Memoprove doesn't fail. The cost of a one month's supply of Memoprove is in line with that of other memory enhancers, at about $50 per month. There are a number of larger packages available at the Memoprove website along with bonuses. Memoprove is not widely available online or in stores.
Does Memoprove Work?
There is no evidence to support the claims made by the Memoprove website. The evidence that is provided is questionable based on the clear conflicts of interest presented. Memoprove doesn't contain the most effective ingredients found in other top brain support supplements (huperzine A, vinpocetine, bacopa monnieri).