CEREBRITE Protects your brain cells from damage, and strengthen them.
** Ginkgo Biloba - work in a number of important ways to assist the brain. The effect of Ginkgo on cerebral vascular insufficiency has been sidely studied. Ginkgo not only assists the brain by increasing its supply of blood and oxygen, but also increases the ability of brain cell to make use of glucose. Energy production is improved. Nerve signal transmissions are improved. Brain wave
Tracings ae improved. Ginkgo also helps your bosy's sbility to prevent and fight disease.
** Vitamin E - enhance delivery of the Ginkgo power to your blood, throughout your circulatory system and right to your brain.
** Ginseng - has been known as a prophylactic against old-age and recently scientific research also found that Ginseng have the best effective pharmaceutical property to help people in stress ocndition and mental.
Stress is the big problem that can destroy brain. Ginseng is widely used for mental and physical tnic. Ginseng can relieve stress and have been showed the ability to enhance a person's ability to cope with various stresses both physical and mental.
The remarkable GR150 is the standardized and Stabilized ginseng extracted from genuine Korean Ginseng rots and developed through modern research. It is expertly prepared with an ideal composition of Proto-Panaxa-Triol saponins which have a stimulating effect, and Proto-Panaxa-Diol Saponins, which have a calming effect in a proper and tested ratio.
This enables the GR 150-Ginseng extract in Cerebrite to produce adaptogenic effect that helps boost and stimulate your brainpower.
** Tuna oil - has the unique characteristic rather than normal fish oil because tuna oil is the rich source of DHA (Docosa Hexaenioc Acid.) DHA is the unsaturated fatty acid and the brain key nutrient. DHA supplement helps improve the memory by improving the neurotransmission in brain. Low level DHA founded in most Alzheimer and mental disorder patients. Tina oil contains more quantity of DHA than other fish oil.
** Lecithin - Lecithin and its primary component, choline, are among many beneficial substances found in soybeans. Lecithin is called a phospholipid. Research shows that lecithin may have numerous health benefits, including the maintenance of a healthy liver, a healthy heart and circulatory system, increasing physical performance, and successful pregnacy and child development.
Many studies have been administered to test lecithin's effect on Alzheimer's disease. Lecithin produces the neurotransmitter acetylcholine which enables communication and signal-transmission between brain cells. Lecithin and choline have been tested to do this and neither has been proven to be affective. In most of these studies, a portion of subjects improved markedly, while others were not helped at all.
The richest sources of lecithin in the diet tend to be the ones that are also the highest in fat and cholesterol, such as eggs, dairy products, and meats. Lecithin itself contains no cholesterol.
** Vitamin B6 - Vitamin B-6 is primarily involved in protein metabolism, but also functions, to a lesser degree, in carbohydrate and fat metabolism. Vitamin B6 also plays a major part in the production of hemoglobin and cells within our immune system. Also, vitamin B-6 plays a role in a wide variety of metabolic reactions, it is recommended for a diverse spectrum of conditions, such as improved mood and nervous system functioning, increased immunity, decreased skin inflammation.
** Vitamin B12 - The most common benefit of B12 is its ability to boost ones energy level, and speed up your metabolism, maintain healthy nervous system, decrease in fatigue and lethargy in the body and it also helps in cell reproduction and constant renewal of the skin.
How do B vitamins fit into the homocysteine picture? Vitamin B6, and vitamin B12 play key roles in converting homocysteine into methionine. Homocysteine is an amino acid that, when levels are elevated, may lead to increased risk for heart disease, Vitamin B-6, along with vitamin B-12, can help lower homocysteine levels in the blood.