How safe is Souvenaid®?

  • Side effects

    Souvenaid® contains nutrients that are naturally present in food. Results from two clinical studies showed Souvenaid was very well tolerated and had a positive safety profile.

    Taking Souvenaid® with other Alzheimer's medications

    Souvenaid® has been tested as an add-on therapy to standard medications for Alzheimer's disease. No adverse events were reported as a result of taking Souvenaid® along with these medications.


    Taking Souvenaid along with other medications

    Many patients who have been involved in clinical trials with Souvenaid® were also taking medications for other conditions. The use of Souvenaid® in combination with these other medications was not associated with any side effects in these patients.



    • Souvenaid® is not suitable as a sole source of nutrition and should only be used in addition to normal dietary intake.
    • Souvenaid® contains ingredients obtained from milk, fish and soy. People who have an allergy to milk protein, fish or soy may not be able to consume Souvenaid®.
    • Souvenaid® is not suitable for people with Galactosaemia.
    • Souvenaid® is gluten free. People with Coeliac disease or gluten sensitivity can consume Souvenaid®.
    • Souvenaid® is lactose free. People with lactose intolerance can consume Souvenaid®.
    • People with diabetes can consume Souvenaid®. However, Souvenaid® does contain carbohydrate and as with other foods containing carbohydrate, it is advisable for people with diabetes to monitor their blood glucose levels in consultation with their diabetes medical team.