Brain Support For Memory and Mental Focus
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Vitamins Minerals and Herbs
There are over 30 million Americans over the age of 65 and it is estimated that up to 50% of them will experience a notable decline in mental abilities like short term memory when faced with common tasks like recalling names, maintaining concentration and preserving mental focus.
If you feel like you are losing your mental edge or are having trouble concentrating or memorizing, then Brain Support may be the perfect solution. This unique formulation is a combination of six different herbs and nutrients designed to help support brain function.
Brain Support combines extremely high quality Ginkgo Biloba Extract, Phosphatidyl Serine, Acetyl L-Carnitine, DHA powder, Choline and Inositol.
About the Ingredients in Brain Support
The medicinal use of ginkgo biloba is recorded as far back as 2800 B.C. in Chinese writings. Ginkgo acts to increase blood flow throughout the body and is used for treating a number of different conditions. Research indicates that it has been effective in managing intermittent claudication, Alzheimer’s/multi-infarct dementia, and cerebral insufficiency (a condition thought to be related to atherosclerotic disease and marked by impaired concentration, confusion, fatigue, headache and anxiety).
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, adults take two (2) vegetarian capsules daily at mealtime, or as directed by a health care professional. Store in a cool, dry place and away from direct light.
Flaxseed - the most concentrated vegetarian source of Omega-3 fatty acids found in nature - contributes to heart and nerve health while providing an energy source for the body. Our high-quality organic Flaxseed Oil is dispensed and processed without solvents, under a nitrogen blanket and special yellow lights, then encased in a protective amber-colored gelatin shell to retain its integrity.
Organic FLAXSEED (LINSEED) OIL 1200 mg. Softgels
Mood - Brain Food
Most people experience some form of depression as a fleeting reaction to life’s trials and tribulations. A small percentage of these people are likely to go to their doctor to seek help and be diagnosed with ‘clinical’ depression. One in three people sometimes or frequently feel depressed and suffer from low moods, lack of motivation and feelings of hopelessness. Others may experience severe and disabling symptoms possibly including uncontrollable crying, suicidal thoughts and loss of appetite.
Depression is usually linked to, or triggered by something stressful such as a death, loss of a job, or break up of a relationship. If you don’t feel good about yourself and don’t have someone supportive who will listen; that can be a major cause of depression also. However, a poor diet might be reason for looking into a nutritional approache. Exercise has also proven to make a big difference in one's mood. There are a number of nutritional imbalances that can make you prone to depression.
Such as low essential fats, you may need more Omega 3. Or, Your homocysteine level may be too high, but can be corrected with B vitamins. Low Serotonin levels may need boosting with amino acids. Or you many need bring your Blood sugar balance within the healthy range. And, try getting enough Chromium.
There is a direct link between one's mood and their blood sugar balance. All carbohydrate foods are broken down into glucose and your brain runs on glucose. The more uneven your blood sugar supply the more uneven your mood. Symptoms of low blood sugar include fatigue, irritability, dizziness, insomnia, excessive sweating (especially at night), poor concentration and forgetfulness, excessive thirst, depression and crying spells, digestive disturbances and blurred vision.
The best way to keep your blood sugar level even is to eat what is called a low Glycemic Load (GL) diet and avoid, as much as you can, refined sugar and refined foods, eating instead whole foods, fruits, vegetables, and regular meals.
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