How It Works

Long consumed in traditional Asian medicine in its raw form, Cera-Q consists of bioactive peptides with a unique amino acid profile produced from the major protein in silkworm cocoons called fibroin.

 

The launch of Cera-Q as a dietary supplement ingredient grew out of its safe use of silk as a biomaterial in humans. Interest in understanding it as a nutrition source led to the finding of its breakdown into peptides. And scientists know that peptides have many biological benefits.

CERA-Q BIOACTIVITY
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Decline

As we age, the formation of beta amyloid plaque around our neurons increasingly degrades our neuron performance and cognitive capabilities. This contributes to declining memory, learning capability, and mental acuity and focus.

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Binding

Cera-Q’s unique beta pleated sheet amino acid structure—comprising primarily glycine and alanine—can bind to the beta amyloid plaque and has been shown in testing to help reduce the cluster and tangles of amyloid plaque on neuron cells.

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Uptake

Cera-Q has been demonstrated through clinical testing to increase glucose uptake to the brain, providing energy and nourishment for brain functioning across a wide range of ages, from children to the elderly.

SUPPORTS HEALTHY LEARNING AT ALL AGES

PROMOTES LEARNING SKILLS

SUPPORTS SHORT-TERM MEMORY

HELPS PROMOTE COGNITIVE FUNCTION

CLINICALLY TESTED TO SUPPORT MEMORIZATION