Bill finds Prevagen Useful as a Brain Health Supplement

Hi, I'm Bill, and I'm from Philadelphia. I was a police officer for 37 years, I had a wonderful career. I was lucky enough to rise through the ranks. And I ended up to be a chief of police at the end of my career.

I'm currently in the process of writing two police related books, and I'm also writing down jokes because I'm a frustrated comedian. Like for people to say, well, you're not that funny, and I'll say well, in baseball. A 300 hitter goes to the Hall of fame, and that means every 10 tries, they only got three hits. So if I could tell 10 jokes and 300 were funny, I'm a 300 hitter.

My mom always said, the secret is you have to keep moving. So I just try to stay in shape at all costs. I try to run at least three days a week and I get it to. I hate running. In fact, I want to buy a shirt that says, I hate running. You know, I like to spend time with friends. People ask me, you know, if I'm a good cook and I and I tell them. The thing I make, that's really good are reservations.

I have a 38-year-old son who's an attorney. I'm so proud of him and I have two grandchildren that are absolutely the apple of my eye. About 10 years ago, I started noticing people in my life and people around me as they have progressively gotten older. Their memory just wasn't as sharp as it used to be as can obviously happen with normal aging. I did not want that to happen to me. I've seen some prevention commercials and I decided to give it a try.

I've been taking provision for over 10 years and I can honestly tell you, I have seen no decline whatsoever in my cognitive abilities. It's like that old, I guess Benjamin Franklin saying, since I'm from Philadelphia, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. I think Franklin said that.