Physicians have trusted CerefolinNAC® for more than 10 years, prescribing it to nearly 2.5 million patients.

  • CerefolinNAC® is generally safe and well tolerated
  • CerefolinNAC® can be safely used with most medications. Talk to your doctor about all medications you may be taking
  • CerefolinNAC® contains Metafolin®* (L-methylfolate calcium), an active form of folate, which is clinically proven and widely studied in more than 25 clinical trials as registered on

What Signs Should You Look For?

Some forgetfulness can be a normal part of aging, but some people have more mild memory loss problems than others their age. This condition is called MCI. MCI affects approximately 20% of people aged 65 and over.

People with MCI can still take care of themselves and do normal activities. Symptoms of MCI may include:

  • Forgetting to go to events and appointments
  • Losing things often
  • Having more trouble coming up with words than other people their age
  • Getting lost in familiar surroundings

Your doctor can test your thinking, memory, and language to see if you have MCI. You may also need to see a specialist for more tests. Because MCI may be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease, it’s really important to see your doctor every 6 to 12 months.

Why Active Folate Is Important in Helping With MCI

The ingredients in CerefolinNAC® have been clinically tested and CerefolinNAC® caplets contain L-methylfolate, an already-activated folate, so your body does not have to go through all the additional steps needed to benefit from it.

L-methylfolate may affect an important chemical in the brain associated with memory, and CerefolinNAC® may help in the protection of brain cells that may address cognitive health. Addressing certain underlying imbalances with CerefolinNAC® may help you retain your ability to learn, remember and understand.

Starting on CerefolinNAC® as early as possible is important: a clinical study showed a greater benefit when dietary management with CerefolinNAC® began earlier in the course of MCI therapy.