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Neuro Balance

Brain and Focus Formula with Phosphatidylserine

A powerful, advanced and comprehensive brain support formula scientifically formulated to help support optimum memory levels, mental focus, concentration, alertness and recall while helping balance energy and mood levels.

This special formula has been developed using the highest quality ingredients such as DMAE, Bacopa extract, Choline, Inositol, N-Acetyl-l-tyrosine, GABA, DHA, Huperzine A (Huperzin serrata ext.), and Phosphatidylserine.

This is a complete formula with vitamins, minerals, neuroprotective proprietary blend and super antioxidant blend (Green Tea extract, Bacopa, Bilberry extract, Grape Seed and Grapefruit Seed extract, Olive Leaf extract, Cinnamon Bark extract, Licorice Root extract).

  • Improves mood.
  • Boosts memory function and ability to focus.
  • Increases physical energy.
  • Improves mental clarity.
  • Improves concentration and recall.
  • Improves mental alertness.

  • 60 capsules
    Retail $49.95, your cost $37.46
    Neuro Balance
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    As we age, most of us are concerned with neurodegenerative decline. Aging causes changes to the brain size, vasculature and cognition. The brain shrinks with increasing age and there are changes to all levels (molecules, cells, vasculature, gross morphology and cognition). The brain shrinks in volume particularly in the frontal cortex.

    Memory declines with aging and brain activation becomes more bilateral for memory tasks. As this happens, the brain attempts to compensate and recruits additional networks because specific areas can no longer be easily accessed. Genetics, neurotransmitters, hormones and experience all play a role in brain aging.

    Biological aging of the brain is not tied absolutely to chronological aging. There are adults aged 100 that are cognitively intact. At the same time, we all have experienced people in their 40’s and 50’s who lack mental focus and seem to have trouble with memory and recall. The good news is there is no period in life when the brain and its functions just hold steady. Some cognitive functions become weaker with age while others actually improve. Our brain can change and develop across the entire life span.

    Key Proprietary Ingredients

    DMAE - Dimethylaminoethanol
    A “Nootropic” compound which helps increase and improve brain power, mental adaptability, concentration and brain cell health.

    Bacopa Extract
     A natural stress reliever.  Supports focus, attention, learning and memory.

    Choline Bitartrate
     Choline is required to make the important brain neurotransmitter Acetylcholine.  A critical element for nerve functioning and nerve signaling.

    N-Acetyl L Tyrosine
     An amino acid that predominately influences adrenaline and dopamine metabolism in the brain.  Helps with mental energy, improved attention span, improved focus and concentration and helps reduce stress.

    GABA - Gamma-Amino butyric Acid
     A neurotransmitter responsible for calming excited neurons or nerve cells.  Helps elevate growth hormone and improve tolerances to exercise.

    DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)
     An omega-3 fatty acid that is important for normal brain function, including growth and development.  DHA makes up 93% of omega-3’s in the brain.  May help memory cells better communicate with each other and perform faster relay messages.

    Vanadyl Sulfate
     Helps regulate blood sugar levels.  Speeds the build up of muscle mass and helps with weight gain.  Promotes bone cell growth as well as promotes mineralization of bones.

    Huperzine A (clubmoss Huperzia serrata)
     Commonly used to help improve memory and mental function.  Helps increase the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine.  Helps increase levels of norepinephrine and dopamine to help one stay focused.

     Shown to help with ADHD by increasing mental focus, promoting memory and cognition, improving mode and relieving stress through a reduction of cortisol levels.  A natural ingredient that may be beneficial to those experiencing age related cognitive decline.

    Inositol (also called Vitamin B8)
     May help with depression and mood swings.  May help lower blood pressure, cholesterol and triglyceride levels.  Helps in the conversion of food into energy.

    Brain Facts:

  • The volume of the brain and its weight declines with age at the rate of around 5% per decade after age 40.
  • The most widely seen cognitive change associated with aging is memory.
  • Dopamine levels decline by around 10% per decade from early childhood as this is associated with decline in cognitive and motor performance.
  • Serotonin and brain derived Neurotrophic Factor levels also fall with increasing age.
  • Cognitive processes can be affected in adulthood especially at menopause.
  • Women have a higher incidence of Alzheimer’s Disease than men.
  • High blood pressure has been related to increased brain atrophy. Some studies associate high blood pressure with neurofibrillary tangles (characteristic of Alzheimer’s Disease).
  • The brain can also suffer from impaired glucose metabolism.
  • Diets high in energy and lower in antioxidants are a risk factor.
  • Protective Factors:

  • Diets lower in energy and higher in antioxidants are brain protective.
  • Increased consumption of fish and seafood (Omega’s) may be protective and reduce the chance of stroke, cardiovascular risks as well as high blood pressure.
  • A healthy diet, low to moderate alcohol intake may possibly reduce some cardiovascular risks.
  • Exercise may help reduce the decline of white and grey tissue density.
  • Supplements that are supportive of neurotransmitters (GABA, DHA, Huperzine A and phosphatidylserine) may be factors supportive to normal brain health.
  • Probably the most important effect of vitamin D is to facilitate absorption of calcium from the small intestine and the re-sorption of calcium within the kidney, minimizing the loss of calcium in the urine. Vitamin D also enhances fluxes of calcium out of bone.

    Vitamin D does this in concert with parathyroid hormone. Because of its important regulatory role, a vitamin D deficiency can contribute to the bone weakening diseases of osteomalacia and osteoporosis.

    Benefits of Vitamin D3

  • Maintains Calcium Balance for normal functioning of the nervous system, bone growth, and maintenance of bone density.
  • Aids Cell Differentiation. Vitamin D is known to regulate cell proliferation and gene expression in a variety of epithelial cells.
  • Boosts Your Immunity. The active form of vitamin D (1,25- (OH)2D) has been shown to inhibit the development of autoimmune diseases, including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
  • Modulates Insulin Secretion. Vitamin D plays a role in insulin secretion under conditions of increased insulin demand.
  • Decreases risk of Cardio Vascular Disease. Moderate D deficiency plus high blood pressure has been shown to nearly double the risk of myocardial infarction, stroke and heart failure. (Framingham Heart Study). Adequate vitamin D levels may be important for decreasing the risk of high blood pressure.
  • Health Consequences Associated with a Vitamin D Deficiency

    Bone disorders, Joint Disorders, Muscular weakness, Cardio-vascular disorders, Psychoneurological disorders, Endocrine disorders, Polycystic ovary syndrome, Inflammatory bowel disease, Periodontal disease, Irritable Bowel Disease, Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis. Heart Disease, Hypertension, Arthritis, Chronic Pain, Depression, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Obesity, Premenstrual Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Crohns Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Autoimmune Illness, and Cancer.

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    Vitamin K2 (MK-7)

    Vitamin K2 (MK-7) is a highly bioavailable extract of Natto, a traditional food used in Japan for over 1,000 years! Derived from fermented soybeans, a significant amount of MK-7 is produced during a proprietary fermentation process. There are generally two forms of Vitamin K: K1 and K2. Vitamin K1 is obtained in the diet primarily from dark leafy vegetables (lettuce, spinach and broccoli). Unfortunately, Vitamin K1 is tightly bound to the chlorophyll in green plants, thus, aging humans are not always able to benefit from ingested K1-containing plants. While Vitamin K1 is not absorbed particularly well from food, it is absorbed from supplements provided that the supplements are taken with meals.

    Vitamin K2 (MK-7) is found only in small quantities in the diet, primarily in dairy products. Human studies show that Vitamin K2 (MK-7) is absorbed up to ten times more than Vitamin K1. Vitamin K2 (MK-7) remains biologically more active in the body far more than Vitamin K1. For instance, Vitamin K1 is rapidly cleared by the liver within 8 hours, whereas measurable levels of Vitamin K2 (MK-7) have been detected 72 hours after ingestion. Our Vitamin K2 (MK-7) is naturally produced and does not contain genetically modified microorganisms (GMO-Free).

    Our bones change every seven

    Bone is comprised of a hard outer shell and a spongy inner tissue matrix which is a living substance. The entire skeleton is replaced every seven years. This process is regulated by osteoblasts cells that build up the skeleton and osteoblasts cells that break down the skeleton. As long as the bone forming activity (absorption) is greater than the bone-breakdown (resorption) the process of maintaining health bones will be under control.

    Osteoblasts produce a vitamin K-dependent protein called osteocalin. This protein helps bind calcium in the bone matrix lending to increased bone mineral content. Consequently the skeleton becomes more resistant and less susceptible to fracture. Osteocalin needs natural Vitamin K2 (MK-7) to function optimally. Long-term vitamin K deficiency will lead to significantly reduced density and quality of bone.

  • According to the World’s Health Organization (WHO), 200 million people are susceptible to bone fractures due to poor bone metabolism. This condition is characterized by loss of bone mineral density which leads to bone that is weaker and with loss of density more susceptible to fractures.
  • One in three men is expected to incur bone fractures.
  • Nearly one in two women has lifetime risk of fractures.
  • Women in general have less bone mass than men.
  • Annual loss of bone mass in women accelerates after menopause.
  • Beneficial to anyone interested in healthy bone metabolism.