- It is claimed that Souvenaid is designed to boost levels of certain nutrients which the makers say are necessary for synapse-building
- It contains omega-3 fatty acids, choline, used to make a nerve signalling chemical and uridine, which is important for metabolism
- Other nutrients in the drink include phospholipids, a component of cell membranes, and B vitamins
From today the drink will be sold in pharmacies throughout England, Scotland and Wales, or through the Souvenaid website.
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