The picture below illustrates the quantities of food that would need to be consumed daily, on top of a normal diet, to obtain the levels of nutrients that one 125ml bottle of Souvenaid® provides. Click on the components on the left hand side of the picture to view a breakdown of the dietary equivalence of each component in Souvenaid®.

Dietary equivalents for one bottle of Souvenaid1-5





Folic Acid
Vitamin B6
Vitamin B12
Vitamin C
Vitamin E

Select component to see the amount in Souvenaid® and dietary equivalent

Amount in Souvenaid® (125 ml)

Dietary Equivalent
4 tins of tuna/100g fresh tuna

Amount in Souvenaid® (125 ml)
625 mg

Dietary Equivalent
1 kg tomatoes

Amount in Souvenaid® (125 ml)
400 mg

Dietary Equivalent
100g minced beef

Amount in Souvenaid® (125 ml)
106 mg

Dietary Equivalent
4 eggs

Amount in Souvenaid® (125 ml)
Folic Acid:
400 μg
Vitamin B6:
1 mg
Vitamin B12:
3 μg
Vitamin C:
80 mg
Vitamin E:
40 mg
60 μg

Dietary Equivalent
Folic acid:
1.2kg broccolli
Vitamin B6:
710g spinach
Vitamin B12:
Contained in tuna
Vitamin C:
1 orange
Vitamin E:
Contained in tuna portion
Handful of brazil nuts

DHA and EPA are Omega-3 Fatty Acids
DHA = Docosahexaenoic acid; EPA = Eicosapentaenoic acid
UMP = Uridine Monophosphate

1. Jonas, DA et al. Ann Nutrition Metabol 2001;45:235-254.
2. Oruna-Concha, MJ et al. J Agric Food Chem 2007;55:5776-5780.
3. Data from Canadian Nutrient File, 2007 (
4. Data from:Food Composition and Nutrition Tables (5 ed), Medpharm Scientific Publ. (Stuttgart), 1994.
5. Data from: USDA Database for the Choline Content of Common Foods (

memory loss in early Alzheimer's

Research has show that people with memory loss in early Alzheimer’s disease often have low levels of the above key nutrients, despite eating a normal diet1-2.

For people with early Alzheimer’s disease, who are subject to an accelerated loss of brain connections, it’s important to consistently maintain the right levels and combination of these key nutrients – which can be difficult to achieve through diet alone.

Souvenaid® provides these key nutrients at levels otherwise difficult to achieve with a regular diet.

1. Lopes da Silva S, et al. Alzheimer’s & Dementia 2014; 10(4); 485-502.
2. Mi W, et al. Nutrition 29: 1080-1089.

Scientifically Formulated

Two clinical trials have been carried out to look at the effect of Souvenaid® on patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease. Souvenir I trial, investigated the effects of Souvenaid® over a 12 week period1 while in Souvenir II the study period was extended to a 24 week period2

All trials showed, in patients taking Souvenaid®, the nutrients were absorbed, as reflected in the increased measured blood samples during the trial period, resulting in improved nutritional status1-2.

1. Scheltens P, et al. Alzheimers Dement. 2010 Jan;6(1)1-10.e1.
2. Scheltens P, et al. J Alzheimer’s Dis. 2012;31: 225-236.1.

scientifically formulated