Brain & Focus

Unleash your true potential ! Give your brain the right nutrients to fuel it cells and improve cognitive functioning !

What if it was possible to boost your brain with vitamins and minerals?

Several studies show that an adequate supply of nutrients and a good diet can protect our brain from disease, improve our memory and optimize our focus (1).< /p>

And although it weighs only 2% of the body's weight, your brain consumes 20% of your overall energy That said, it requires an abundance of nutrients and good fuel to maintain this energy-intensive organ healthy.Indeed, brain-boosting diet provide a huge effect on the status of your brain..

The Right Nutrients For Your Brain

OMEGA 3

DHA, a fatty acid from the Omega-3 family, support memory and represents a potential treatment for prevention of Alzheimer's (2). It increases blood flow of specific areas of the brain, including those that control memory and learning (3).

VITAMINS B9 AND B12

Vitamin B9 increases the level of red blood cells, boosts oxygenation of the brain and eliminates carbon dioxide even faster!

Also known as folate, vitamin B9 plays an important role in fighting depression (4). It works together with vitamin B12 which maintains the myelin sheaths that protect the nervous system.

Our Quatrefolic® Curanomy vitamin B9 is highly bioavailable and is among the most active forms.

MINERALS

Minerals should not be left out! Iodine plays a major role in cognitive abilities: this micronutrient regulates the growth and development of most organs, especially the brain. Selenium has antioxidant properties, it eliminates free radicals to preserve brain capacity.

*References

Study references

(1)Vitamine D et neurologie, E. Thouvenot, W. Camu, Hôpital Carémeau, service de neurologie, place du Pr-Debré, 30029 Nîmes cedex 9, France
(2) DHA supplementation improved both memory and reaction time in healthy young adults: a randomized controlled trial, W. Stonehouse, C. A Conlon, J. Podd, S.R Hill, A. M Minihane, C. Haskell, D. Kennedy; , The American Journal of
Clinical Nutrition, Volume 97, Issue 5, 1 May 2013, Pages 1134–114
(3) Quantitative Erythrocyte Omega-3 EPA Plus DHA Levels are Related to Higher Regional Cerebral Blood Flow on Brain SPECT, Amen, Daniel G.a; * | Harris, William S.b | Kidd, Parris M.a | Meysami, Somayehc | Raji, Cyrus A.d, Amen Clinics Inc., Costa Mesa, CA, USA
(4) Nutrition and Depression: The Role of Folate Alpert, J. E. and Fava, M.(1997), Nutrition Reviews, 55: 145-149.