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  • It was known in the Roman period as Axona.
  • Axona is a medical food marketed to assist with dietary management of mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease.
  • The rear of the camp was bordered by the river Axona, and the Belgae sought to attack the camp via a single fording spot in the river.
  • Caesar learned this from the Remi and was on his guard against them: subsequently he encamped at the river Axona, collected his soldiers all together and exercised them. Cited from Dio's Rome, by Cassius Dio
  • Axona is a genus of hoverflies consisting of two species, from the family Syrphidae, in the order Diptera.
  • A 2011 story by ABC News noted widespread concern about Axona in the medical community, with some calling it "snake oil."
  • Axona is formulated for oral administration and is sold by prescription.
  • New varieties such as Sarpo Mira and Sarpo Axona show great resistance to blight even in areas of heavy infestation.
  • The largest ingredient in Axona is caprylic triglyceride, also known as fractionated coconut oil, a medium-chain triglyceride.
  • Axona has been evaluated in Phase II clinical trials, paid for and conducted by Accera, only one of which was published in an open-access journal in 2009.
  • Passing along the River Axona -- now known as L'Aisne -- some robbers set upon the travellers, and those freebooters killed Merolilanus.
  • Axona is a medical food marketed for the clinical dietary management of the impairment of metabolic processes associated with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease.
  • Accera, Inc., the company that makes Axona, claims that during digestion, caprylic triglyceride is broken down into ketones, which provide an alternative energy source for the brain.
  • Principally with the aid of his Numidian troops, Caesar at that time had prevented the Remer from crossing the River Axona, today called the Aisne. Cited from New York Times Current History; The European War, Apr 1915, V. 2, No. 1
  • The makers of Axona claim that the ketones the body produces after Axona is consumed, act as an alternative energy source for brain cells that have lost their ability to use glucose (sugar) as a result of Alzheimer's disease.
  • Caesar (B.C. 57), after leaving the Axona (modern Aisne), entered the territory of the Suessiones, and making one day's long march, reached Noviodunum, which was surrounded by a high wall and a broad ditch.
  • Axona has not been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a drug to treat Alzheimer's and the efficacy of managing the health of Alzheimer's patients by use of this medical food has been questioned by experts in the field, including the Alzheimer's Association.
  • In March 2009, Axona was approved as a medical food by the US Food and Drug Administration for the "dietary management of the metabolic processes and nutritional requirements associated with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease".
  • We have again Axona the goddess of the river Aisne, Sequana, the goddess of the Seine, Ritona of the river Rieu, numerous nymphs and many other deities of fountains. Cited from Celtic Religion, by Edward Anwyl
  • Glenn Smith, Ph.D, a clinical neuropsychiatrist at the Mayo Clinic, also noted that Axona's safety and efficacy are not known, and noted that "the Alzheimer's Association doesn't recommend the use of medical foods, including Axona, for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease."

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