What is in Souvenaid®? 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 Souvenaid® 1-5 DHAEPA UMPCholinePhospholipids Folic AcidVitamin B6Vitamin B12Vitamin CVitamin ESelenium Full table 1200 mg300mg 4 tins of tuna/100g fresh tuna 625 mg 1 kgtomatoes 400 mg100g minced beef106 mg4 eggsFolic Acid:400 μgVitamin B61 mgVitamin B123 μgVitamin C80 mgVitamin E40 mgSelenium60 μg Folic acid: 1.2kg broccolliVitamin B6: 710g spinachVitamin B12: Contained in tunaVitamin C: 1 orangeVitamin E: Contained in tuna portionSelenium: Handful of brazil nuts Amount inSouvenaid® (125 ml) Select component to see the amount in Souvenaid® and dietary equivalent The food equivalents represent an estimation of the amount of the specified nutrients in 1 bottle of Souvenaid®, which would be required in addition to a normal diet. The picture is illustrative and does not indicate the exact amounts that should be eaten to equal the exact amounts of nutrients in 1 bottle of Souvenaid®. Dietary EquivalentUMP = uridine monophosphateDHA = docosahexaenoic acid; EPA = eicosapentaenoic acid (DHA and EPA are Omega-3 fatty acids)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 (www.hc-sc.gc.ca). 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 (www.ars.usda.gov). How does Souvenaid® work?