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Memory, Focus, Recall

Brain Blend nootropic contains doses of nutrients shown in clinical trials to boost six crucial areas of brain function: energy production, mood, memory, learning, focus and recall. Brain Blend’s formula crosses the blood-brain barrier (BBB) to directly fuel your brain and nourish your central nervous system.

 

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Boosts memory, energy and mental focus

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Supports brain health

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Promotes healthy mood and learning 

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Supports healthy inflammation balance

Memory, Focus, Recall

Brain Blend nootropic contains doses of nutrients shown in clinical trials to boost six crucial areas of brain function: energy production, mood, memory, learning, focus and recall. Brain Blend’s formula crosses the blood-brain barrier (BBB) to directly fuel your brain and nourish your central nervous system.

 

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Boosts memory, energy and mental focus

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Supports brain health

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Promotes healthy mood and learning 

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Supports healthy inflammation balance

Top Nutrients for Brain Health

Your remarkable brain makes up only about 2% of your body weight, yet it consumes 20% of your oxygen and calories. It not only gives rise to memories, thoughts, and emotions, it helps regulate every aspect of your body. Maintaining a healthy, fit brain is critical to your quality of life at any age. Learn about the top nutrients shown in animal research and clinical trials to promote healthy memory, focus, recall and mood, so you can enjoy life well into your golden years. 

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*Footnotes

Among all these manufacturers, only Brain Blend contains doses of nutrients used in clinical trials and shown to promote six crucial areas of brain function: energy production, mood, memory, learning, focus and recall. The products included in this chart may contain additional nutrients not listed on the chart, such as vitamins and minerals. However, none of these additional nutrients have been shown in clinical trials to improve cognitive function. This chart does not contain a complete list of all nutrients found in these products. 

*While research has shown that caffeine can increase attention and feeling more alert, it has not been shown to improve memory (Nutrients.2018;10(10)). Additionally, while the each 8.4-ounce can of Red Bull contains 80 mg of caffeine and 27 grams of sugar. While that may temporarily enhance energy, high amounts of caffeine and sugar can be dangerous. Side effects include rapid heartbeat (tachycardia), insomnia, poor blood sugar regulation, increasing diabetes risk, anxiety and mood changes. 

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How to Use Food as Medicine

How to Use Food as Medicine

A whole food, unprocessed diet that emphasizes healthy protein and fats, vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes and lean meats or fish, is consistently linked to better health. These foods contain the many nutrients and micronutrients needed for the optimal functioning of our body and brain. In addition, the soluble and insoluble fiber in these diets helps support healthy gut flora, which has been linked to both mental and physical well-being. But, you may be wondering, how specifically do healthy foods work their magic? Read on for just a few fascinating examples of the power of food to function as medicine.

Top Nutrients for Brain Health

Top Nutrients for Brain Health

Over the next two decades, 20% of all Americans will be over 65 years old. That’s 72 million people, and the majority of those folks will live well into their 90s. Chronic diseases increase with age, including heart disease, depression, osteoporosis, and cancer. But one of the scariest declines of all to contemplate is losing your mind. Forgetting names, faces, your loved ones, or even how to cook and take care of your basic needs. Fortunately, nutrients have been shown in clinical trials to promote the brain, including significantly improving memory and mood.

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