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Daily Omega 3
Recommended daily intake of DHA + EPA is 500 mg - most people only get 100 mg
DHA accounts for more than 90 percent of the fatty acids in the brain
DHA and EPA lowers blood pressure and reduces risk for coronary heart disease. The combination with vitamin B complex reduces risk of cognitive degenerative disease.
Normal brain function
DHA and EPA contributes to maintenance of normal brain function.
B-complex supports the nervous system and psychological function
Brains™ is a combination of the important Omega-3 free fatty acids DHA and EPA, and a specific B-vitamin complex to slow age-related brain atrophy. The calibrated formula is designed for long-term brain health.
Yes. Brains™ contains 560 mg of omega-3 per dose (2 tablets). 240mg is DHA and 320 is EPA. Brains can be taken instead of your current fish oil/omega-3 product.
Brains™ contains doses of Vitamins B3, B6, B9, and B12 that have been shown to slow age-related brain atrophy associated with mild memory concerns in a number of various studies.
Brains™ is designed to support long-term brain health with a specific combination of Omega-3 fatty acids and B-vitamins (Niacin, B6, Folate and Cobalamin) that was shown in a clinical study to slow age-related brain atrophy associated with mild memory concerns. All the ingredients have been shown to support brain function, both in epidemiological research and in clinical trials.
As our population ages, the prevalence of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, increases. Emerging research suggests that individuals who consume their daily recommended amount of DHA (a type of omega-3 fatty acid) experience slower cognitive decline compared to those who do not. Clinical trials have also indicated that individuals with Alzheimer's disease who have higher baseline DHA levels have a reduced risk of cognitive decline.
Vitamin B plays a crucial role in combination with omega-3 fatty acids. Numerous studies conducted over the past few decades have revealed the synergistic effects of combining B-vitamins with omega-3 fatty acids in combating cognitive decline and reducing brain atrophy rates. That is why both components are necessary, and Brains provides optimal doses of both.
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Daily recommended doses should not be exceeded. Ingestion may be harmful for individuals with fish- and seafood allergies. If you are being treated with blood-thinning medication or are about to undergo surgery, consult your doctor before starting to use fish oil products. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Store in a cool, dark and dry place. Keep out of reach of children