Why Neuro Plus is so important
in your daily life?
Neuro Plus is used for the treatment of vitamins A, C, D, E, B complex deficiency. Neuro Plus also in use for the prophylaxis for example in the brain and neurological diseases linked with deficiency of disturbance of the vitamins and micro minerals that reduces the brain efficiency and cognitive ability.
NEURO PLUS BRAIN BOOSTER
TOP HEALTH BENEFITS
- Supports Memory and Mental Clarity
- Support Mood and Cognitive Function
- Boost Cognitive Function
- Brain Support & Health
- Increase Energy/Improve Clarity
- Stress/Anxiety Relief
- Mood Boost
- Made in the USA
Are you concerned your memory, focus, and clarity are not what they once were? Do you rely on endless cups of coffee to avoid feeling mental fatigue and brain fog? You’re not alone!
Most of us live demanding, fast-paced lives that make it difficult to feel recharged and alert during our day to day activities. Our Brain Support has brain enhancing ingredients that help boost cognitive function so we are at our best. We’ve paired our unique Brain Support formula to help boost mood and reduce anxiety so we can tackle what’s ahead of us with clarity!
- 100% NATURAL BRAIN SUPPLEMENT — Neuro Plus is blended of brain-enhancing ingredients to boost long term brain health and short term cognitive function. Our brain support supplement is an all-natural solution formulated to help improve memory, focus, energy, and clarity. Re-energize your mind and achieve maximum performance.
- BOOST BRAIN HEALTH & MEMORY — Nourish your mind with our highly effective brain-enhancing blend of ingredients! We have paired our Neuro Plus nootropic blend with vitamins to relieve anxiety and boost mood in order to achieve peak cognitive performance and mental clarity.
- COGNITIVE FUNCTION, MENTAL CLARITY & INCREASED ENERGY — This Brain Food Supplement was designed to help achieve optimal brain function and clarity. Ignite your mind’s full potential with these nootropic ingredients.
- BRAIN ENHANCING INGREDIENTS — This nootropic blend includes ingredients that improve mental performance, increase memory and attention, and promote overall calmness
How Neuro Plus works
Glial cells and Neurons energy metabolic process
Our brain is very active in metabolic terms that require a continuous provision of energy supply which is provided with our digestive system in glucose form to fulfil brain energy demand. The fact is that our brain utilizes to about 25% of our total body glucose at rest stage, despite constituting only 2% of our body weight. Our body keeps the glucose level of blood within a range to avoid low glucose level (hypoglycemia) and also to provide constant glucose as preferential fuel to the brain. Early in fasting, glucose level of blood is maintained by the disintegration of glycogen present in liver via the gluconeogenesis which is a glycogen breakdown procedure i.e. the process of glucose production from non-carbohydrate sources like amino acids. The vitamin B which is also known as biotin is needed for an enzyme in the pathway known as gluconeogenic. Although glucose is the compulsory burning material in cell, ketone bodies can also be utilized by the nervous system (brain) when body is deficient in glucose supply, for example during prolonged starvation or fasting. But due to acidic nature of ketone bodies high blood levels of ketone bodies may lead to ketoacidosis. Glucose is the normal and preferred energy currency of the brain.
Glucose oxidation to provide energy to the brain need few micronutrients like molybdenum, selenium, copper, manganese, chromium and zinc as cofactors. Neuro Plus is formulated keeping this requirement in special focus. For example, various forms of vitamin B, consisting of niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid and thiamin are used in reactions that help to metabolize glucose completely into water and carbon dioxide. In addition to that, the nutritionally and metabolically important minerals like molybdenum, selenium, magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc and manganese are needed for the proper glucose metabolism; these nutrients are used as cofactors of many enzymes, substrates in many chemical reactions, or constituents of enzymes in the process of glycolysis and the Kreb cycle. In addition to that cellular energy generation in the ATP form via the electron transport chain needs vitamins like riboflavin (vitamin B2) and niacin (vitamin B3); iron (Fe). All these micronutrients and vitamins are formulated in Neuro Plus. This boost all above mentioned pathways leading to improvements in brain ability to think, memorization and also help to think more efficiently.SHOP PRODIGY
Blood supply to the cerebral region of the brain
At the resting phase, the brain receives to about 15% of total blood. Complete blood supply to the brain is essential to transport glucose, oxygen, macronutrients like calcium, magnesium, proprietary blend of glutamic acid, green tea, cinnamon bark extract, grape seed extract, bilberry fruit extract, olive leaf extract and the required micronutrients like molybdenum, iron, zinc etc. for proper brain function. This all can be found in single capsule of Neuro Plus which is a complete blend of all above macro and micronutrients required for the growth of brain and improved cognitive ability of the brain. Nutrients have a principal role in keeping blood supply at optimal level especially to the brain. For example, deficiency of various dietary constituents raises the risk of brain stroke which is serious disease condition results in interrupted blood supply to the cerebral region of brain. Neuro Plus capsule specially formulated to tackle such issue in an appropriate way under the observation of research scientist.
A chemical which is released by a nerve cell is called neurotransmitter that transmits signals from one nerve cell to another neuron or to effector cell-like muscle cell for action. Neurotransmitters may have either inhibitory or excitatory effects on other neurons or effector cells. The response is dependent on the type of receptor located on the receiving cell (effector or nerve cell). Neurotransmitters generally divided into two chief classes: minute amino acids, for example, Gama Amino Butyric Acid is also known as GABA, aspartate, glutamate, glycine and also biogenic amines, for example, epinephrine, norepinephrine, histamine, dopamine, serotonin and acetylcholine. Our product has been formulated in such a way that it triggers the production of above-mentioned neurotransmitters, ultimately helps to provide immunity against neuronal diseases like Alzheimer and Parkinson’s disease.
In addition to a chief role in different amino acids production Neuro Plus also has various vitamins, including Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin B complex like thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), vitamin (B6), folate, and vitamin B5, are required as cofactors in the neurotransmitters formation. Also, vitamin C is utilized for norepinephrine synthesis, and the zinc has chief function of aspartate, norepinephrine and GABA. All these constituents in a single product will help you to mobilize your brain function smoothly without any deficiency.
Neurotransmitter binding to receptors
Neurotransmitters bind to a receptor of the cells present on the surface of plasma membrane of neuron results in releasing new neurotransmitter which attaches to the receptors on the plasma membrane of the receiving cell which we called the postsynaptic neuron. This binding of neurotransmitter to the receptor can either lead to the opening of gate like ion channels present on the surface of plasma membrane or lead to metabolic variations within the cell. This binding lead to the opening of ion channels, which permit various ions to pass into the cytoplasm of the cell. The inflow of ions having positive charge into the postsynaptic neuron can depolarize the membrane thus lead to excitatory effect; thus depolarization of plasma membrane can lead to an action potential or nerve impulse signal after crossing the threshold level within the nerve cell. This is generally known as “neuronal firing.” Opposite to that, influx of ions having negative charge hyperpolarizing the plasma membrane indicating negative effect and thus helps in neuronal firing prevention. Along with direct effects of neurotransmitters on ion gated channels, G-protein coupled receptors (GPCR) can also be the sites of neurotransmitter binding, therefore showing cell-signalling which may result in altered brain functioning via various metabolic changes for example changes in various enzymes activity) within a postsynaptic cell.
Neuro Plus has provided an effective treatment in maintaining above mentioned functioning of brain because its components consist of all those Vitamins that play a role to influence the binding of neurotransmitters to the receptors of postsynaptic neuron.
Nerve impulse propagation
The myelination of the nerve cell actually defined the speed of nerve impulses or action potentials. The process during which nerve cells formulate a myelin sheath is called myelination which is an insulating layer composed of proteins and lipids that surrounding all the nerve fibres. This sheath has the ability to conduct electrical system thus allowing quick and effective nerve impulses transmission.
Certain micronutrients which also constitute a major part of our product Neuro Plus has a chief effect on the nerve impulse propagation. Particularly, appropriate intake of folate is important in keeping myelin sheath integrity, and vitamin B1 (thiamin) in our product is required for the integrity of the nerve’s action potential and for efficient nerve impulse transmission. In addition to that Neuro Plus also contain iron which has a chief role in the oligodendrocytes development. Oligodendrocytes are the cells present in the brain that form myelin sheath.
Homocysteine is an amino acid that has an intermediate role in the metabolism along with another amino acid called methionine. Blood high in homocysteine i.e., hyperhomocysteinemia lead to many risk factor disorders like cardiovascular disease and also has association with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The level of homocysteine in the body is maintained by vitamins, vitamin B6, and folate present in Neuro Plus.
Neuro Plus – under the spotlight
Neuro Plus is a brain booster having natural ingredients. Various ingredients of Neuro Plus overwhelm the brain of an individual with cognitive abilities. This product maximizes natural cognitive pathways of brain.
Ingredients of Neuro Plus enhance the cognitive ability of the brain thus improves mental health and performance by enhancing brain physiological functioning.
Neuro Plus is a nootropic supplement having ability to enhance short and long cognitive ability of brain. And this is done by focusing alone on the cognitive cogwheel important to make the mind turn.
- Brain chemicals
- Blood flow in the brain
- Waves of brain
Other brands of nootropic supplements boast a big game, claiming to comprehensively cover the brain activity with a number of constituents. This approach might be bad because the combination of many ingredients may lead to negative constituent’s interaction and absorption competition of nutrients.
NeuroPlus is a natural, straightforward and simple product of ingredients tackle only the brain pathways that matter, allowing everything to fall into place naturally without any chemical synthesis.
Neuro Plus ingredients
For any supplement, whether it is for bodybuilding or nootropic cognitive enhancer or thing similar to that always try to make sure that Complete labelling of ingredients should be there. It should be free from unnecessary additives that affects the efficacy as well as safety of the product. If a product hides its individual products or individual constituents dosages of the odds of the product are the dosages are bad. Our product “Neuro plus” indicated all of its ingredients and dosages clearly, which is a good sign of its originality. One thing about this product is the smart selection in ingredients as its another thing to have a smart selection along with a specific dose to make the product better and more efficient. When we are dealing with the capsulated form of supplements we do not need any sort of unnecessary additives except those required for the ingredients binding and capsule construction and Neuro Plus follow this strictly. The quality of ingredients is also important and Neuro Plus have ingredients having top-quality form and also in efficacy.SHOP PRODIGY
A closer look at the Neuro Plus formula
Vitamin A (Beta carotene)
Vitamin A is classified into a fat-soluble micronutrient which on reaching the site of action is converted into retinoic acid in the body. A number of studies depict that retinoid signalling affects a number of genes in various tissues, and affects about 15% of human genes that encode proteins, thus shows itself a powerful ingredient for neural modulation. Deficiency of vitamin A also known as VAD is worldwide is considered the most general type of malnutrition in population with neural disorders, immunosuppression and retarded brain growth still it is an issue in many of the progressive countries. Thus, therapeutic use of retinoids in the form of Neuro Plus capsule has effects on the maintenance and maturation of the associated behaviours adult brain. Neuro Plus provides vitamin A supplementation as a therapeutic agents that have been used widely for psychiatric disorders including Alzheimer’s disease and schizophrenia, and may also be used for limiting specific tumours.
Vitamin A via its chief metabolite called retinoic acid, consistently do important actions on brain behaviour and physiology in adult and post-embryonic life. Retinoic acid and derivatives are widely involved in neurogenesis, electrophysiological potentiation, cell differentiation and synaptic connectivity all protocols we generally called as neuronal plasticity. In addition to that, neurobiological systems respond to retinoic acid in a different way at different developmental stages.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)
Accumulation of ascorbic acid in the central nervous system, especially having high levels with neurons of the brain. Vitamin C takes many of non-antioxidant functions, along with that important antioxidant functions, non-antioxidant function role played by vitamin C, For example, the enzymatic reaction is required by vitamin. Neurotransmitter norepinephrine is synthesized by dopamine. Vitamin C plays non-oxidant actions in the brain, by the reduction of various metals ions like iron, copper ions. More, vitamin C may be able to redevelop vitamin E, a central lipid-soluble antioxidant. Deficiency of vitamin C cause oxidative effect to macromolecules (lipids, proteins) in the brain. Severe deficiency of vitamin C, named scurvy is a fatal disease potentially. Though in scurvy, the neuronal function in the brain is retained by the vitamin C, and ultimate death as of the disease is most probably due to deficiency of vitamin C for the synthesis of collagen. Collagen is a significant structural constituent of blood vessels, bone, ligaments, and tendons.
Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol)
The expression of vitamin D receptor is in brain tissue, for the normal brain growth and functions vitamin D plays an important role. Therefore, deficiency of vitamin D may damage the cognitive abilities. worldwide deficiency of vitamin D is the major problem, estimated to about one billion public not having a sufficient level of 25-hydroxyvitamin D circulating in the blood. The decreased ability to prepare vitamin D upon sun exposure under the skin and also ageing is linked to this. Deficiency of vitamin D is more commonly found in old adults that may lead to cognition effects.
In old adults, some studies have also associated small 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels with poor cognitive brain performance or more 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels with better cognitive neural performance. Hence five research studies summarize that the relation between 25-hydroxyvitamin D level and cognitive brain performance is cleared.
Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopheryl)
Vitamin E is a significant lipid-soluble antioxidant in the form of α-tocopherol. In the maintenance of cell membrane integrity and in prevention from the destruction of oxidant-induced lipid in the brain and other body tissues α-tocopherol play a vital role. In the brain lipid peroxidation is caused by deficiency of vitamin E.A number of neurological disorders occurs such as sensory nerves injury, ataxia( includes impaired coordination and balance, myopathy and damaged the retina of eye .Therefore all the patient with these symptoms recommended for screening of deficiency of vitamin E. Deficiency of vitamin E is the major risk for the developing nervous system.The neurological disorders produce more rapidly in the child that born with the lack of vitamin E and they are not treated as compared to adulthood have deficiency of vitamin E due to malabsorption. It is reported that the healthy individuals who are deficient of vitamin E due to poor diet have never been noticed.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin mononitrate)
In carbohydrate metabolism a vital coenzyme forms the thiamine pyrophosphate by adenosine triphosphate combination is known as vitamin B1. In the metabolism of nervous system B6, B12 and vitamin B1as a coenzyme play a critical role, As a result, these combinations stabilize the metabolism of nerve cells. By activation of natural repair mechanism and metabolism, these combination helps in the renewal of myelin sheath and nerve fibres.In comparison of single components, efficacy is much better in combination of three vitamins.The combination of these 3 vitamins( B6,B12 and B1) increased the repairmen of body and manage the work pain of body.
Negative cognitive effects are produced due to a deficiency of vitamin B1( Thiamin). For the activity of brain the proper amount of vitamin B1 is necessary that cause the metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and amino acids.For the citric acid cycle and glycolysis of enzymes TDP( thiamin diphosphate) and TPP( thiamin pyrophosphate ) that are the phosphorylated form of B1 and them necessary as cofactor. The particular biochemical role of TTP is yet cleared, it may be involved in the generation of action potential and functions of nerve impulse. Beriberi is condition that is caused by the severe deficiency of vitamin B1lead to several neurological symptoms.It may occur due poor absorption of vitamin in the patients of HIV-AIDS and gastrointestinal disorders. It is not common in developed nations. Beriberi most common in the people that continuously used alcohol and its clinical forms includes Korsakoff psychosis and Wernicke’s encephalopathy.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Riboflavin is a precursor to the coenzymes that act as electron carriers elements in energy production at the cellular level and a number of metabolic cascades. It participated in the production of energy, support of neurotransmitter and is generally used for increasing energy levels, boosting immune system function, treating riboflavin deficiency and treating migraines.
Riboflavin IS A KEY INGREDIENT in the PRODUCtion of BRAIN ENERGY (ATP)
Riboflavin is a needed constituent as a step of the Krebs Cycle, which play role to the adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production. ATP is chief energy currency as it plays a role in providing the energy required to do many metabolic functions in the body, including muscle contractions and nerve impulses.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
A coenzymes NADP and NAD is known as vitamin B3 or niacin are required for different redox reaction in the body. Pellagra is conditions that are occurred due to severe deficiency of niacin that is associated with the consumption of diet contains corn and have less bioavailability of B3. A number of neurological signs caused by pellagra such as fatigue, apathy,hallucination( cause of confusion ), loss of memory delusions, psychosis and immediate death may also occur. Niacin is a form of vitamin B-3. It is included in your Neuro Plus that helps to keep your brain energy high. It is directly associated with cognitive ability. It helps the body to improve and sharpens the brains memory.
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)
This vitamin act as Coenzymes that are necessary for the oxidative metabolism of fatty acids, glucose and biosynthesis of cholesterol, steroid hormones melatonin hormone fatty acids acetylcholine neurotransmitter. For the production of sphingolipids and phospholipids and acyl carrier proteins activity, vitamin is required in the form of 4′-phosphopantetheine.The most important structural component of the cell membrane is the phospholipids while sphingolipid is the part of myelin sheath that increases the transmission of nerves. In humans naturally lack pantothenic acid is very rare and it is mostly observed in the severe cases of malnutrition. Laboratory animal studies show that the deficiency of this vitamin causes the loss of myelin sheath and damage the peripheral nerves.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal phosphate)
A water-soluble vitamin known as pyridoxine performs the role in the protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism. In the central nervous system it is important in the synthesis of GABA and in the formation of Hb.It is used in the people that have low concentration of vitamin in their diets.Low level of vitamin may be due to less amount in their daily diet or some clinical conditions or medications like cycloserine, penicillamine, isoniazid etc.It is necessary for the maintenance of health of skin, nerves and cells of body .It is used in the treatment of different types of nerve disorders like peripheral neuropathy.It also used for the genetic disorders e.g homocystinuria, hyperoxaluria xanthurenic aciduria.
Biotin (Vitamin B7)
Biotin is also known as vitamin B7 act as a cofactor for enzymes of carboxylase that are essential for the fatty acids and amino acids metabolism. Overall the deficiency of biotin is very rare but it is reported that in patients that depend upon parenteral nutrition without biotin supplement for long time or in those that consume excess amount of raw egg white that is rich in avidin it binds the biotin and reduces the absorption also occurs in the people with the genetic disorders. A number of neurological symptoms appear on the adults due to deficiency of vitamin B7 such as hallucinations, lethargy, depression, tingling of the extremities and numbness.
Calcium (Calcium carbonate)
Significant intracellular signals that are involved in the regulation of different physiological processes like gene expression of the neuron, neurotransmitters secretion and synaptic plasticity are called the calcium ions. When dietary intake of calcium is proper then the blood vessels maintained the calcium level because a large number of minerals are provided by skeleton that is reserved. So inadequate amount of calcium in the diet have less negative effects in health of bones. Alteration in the homeostasis of calcium in brain may lead to damage of cognitive that is related to ageing and neurodegenerative disorders.
Iron (Ferrous Fumarate)
Iron is an important and compulsory component of many of enzymes and proteins involved in different parts of cellular metabolism, consisting of those involved in carrying oxygen and storage component, electron transport and energy generation in mitochondria of the cell, and synthesis of DNA. Iron is required for important oligodendrocytes development. Oligodendrocytes are the brain cells involved in producing myelin. Iron is also needed as a cofactor for various enzymes involved in neurotransmitters synthesis.
At various developmental stages of the brain, the reduction in iron concentration occurs. Iron deficiency risk increased in the pregnant women, during pregnancy the developing fetus and placenta increased the use of iron due to expansion of blood vessels. The higher concentration of iron is toxic for the neurons while it is necessary for the functioning of the brain.
Magnesium (magnesium oxide 58%)
Magnesium is important for brain activity,it is needed for metabolic reaction more than 300.people with balance diet have very low risk of magnesium deficiency because kidney maintains the level by excretion, it is present in large amount in both animal and plant-source food. Experimental studies revealed that in the result of induced deficiency of magnesium some neurological and muscular symptoms appear including tetany, muscle spasms, and tremor. Actually, the ATPase enzymes that are involved in the neuromuscular actions are more sensitive to the deficiency of magnesium.
It assists with the immune system. Thus helps to protect the brain cells from different types of pathogens. Thus helps to improve the efficiency of the brain cells and in return improve the cognitive ability of the brain cells.
Selenium (selenium amino acid chelate)
It is needed for the (GPx) — in the brain and other tissues it is an important antioxidant enzyme. It decreases potential damaging of ROS (reactive oxygen species), for example, lipid hydroperoxides and hydrogen peroxide, alcohols and water harmless product by joining their reduction with the glutathione oxidation. Deficiency of selenium has been linked with declined activity in the brain function of laboratory animal; therefore, deficiency of selenium might be related to a decrease antioxidant ability of the brain.
Copper (Gluconate 13%)
New researches show that a proper level of copper is essential for brain health at rest. To about 20% of the total body, oxygen is consumed by brain. This high requirement for oxygen and its metabolism results in the production of the highest level of copper along with zinc and iron. In recent years scientists have formulated a number of fluorescent probes techniques for molecular imaging of copper in the brain.
Copper plays a key role in the health and functions of our human brain. Copper oxidation which is not proper has been associated with various neurological disorders consisting of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Wilson’s and Menkes’. Copper has a key role in various enzymes by acting as a precursor and act as critical micromineral especially in the enzymes that stimulate the brain’s neurotransmitters in response to any stimuli. A new study done by the scientists with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has depicted that appropriate copper levels are also important to the brain health at rest.
Today we have a number of clear proofs for minimally 10 copper-containing enzymes and proteins in the brain. Copper has chiefly a key role in brain and nervous tissue, but there is no doubt that in the next few years new copper enzymes and proteins will undoubtedly be diagnosed in brain tissues.
Manganese (Chelate 20%)
Manganese is an important constituent in sharpening your memory. It is also important for bones and cartilage. This key ingredient is also present in Neuro Plus is a rational amount to benefit you in a maximum way.
Chromium is a mineral that is considered a trace element that helps in the utilization of fat in the body and also carbohydrates enriched foods content we eat. It also helps in insulin metabolism and the in cholesterol synthesis. Here we go deeper into to know about chromium dealings with our body and visualize to know how deficiency of chromium can be reduced. Chromium normally found in trace quantity in the human body. Chromium is a trace mineral that has a very key role in blood glucose balance along with metabolism in the body. Chromium is a compulsory nutrient that works to disintegrate fat and glucose while helping to equalize insulin blood levels. Liver, spleen, bones and kidney have the highest concentration of chromium in the body.
The decline in cognitive ability is a chief part of the ageing. Chromium support to modulate specific aspects of brain functioning at the neurochemical level which then leads to enhanced brain activity even as the brain ages. It also helps in hypothalamic functions, which stop the negative impacts of ageing on the brain physically and it’s functioning.
Molybdenum (Amino Chelate)
Molybdenum act as a cofactor of an enzyme. Three molybdenum related enzymes have been identified in humans; these include xanthine oxidase or dehydrogenase, sulfite oxidase and aldehyde oxidase in which molybdenum occurs as a tiny nonprotein factor having pterin nucleus. Molybdenum is an obligatory nutrient whose main task is eradicating toxins from the body, especially from the metabolic process of amino acid having sulfur as their integral part.
Potassium (Citrate 36%)
Potassium helps in better brain functioning by providing a large amount of oxygen to your brain, which does its function in a better way. When there is a deficiency of Potassium then you do not get enough level of oxygen that put negative impact on your brain and you’ll face severe side effects, which may be delicate initially but will get worse until the issue is corrected.
Potassium keeps the fluid balance in equilibrium and helps the body each day to keep the body’s internal fluids balanced correctly. There is electrolyte balance in the body due to calcium, potassium and sodium which help to make the electrolyte balance in the body. Drinking enough water is essential for the right fluid balance, and you’ll want to determine the right amount of water for your body size and weight and be sure to drink it daily.
Neuro Plus Improve your nervous system as potassium present in it benefits greatly from regular utilization of foods. You can be able to get benefit by using Neuro Plus as it will help you in getting optimum potassium, but a shortage of potassium will lead to signs and symptoms that can be diagnosed. Potassium gets the body’s nervous system to function by helping the brain tissues in our body at the cellular level.
Glutamic acid, green tea, L arginine, choline, inositol, grapefruit seed extract, olive leaf and many other ingredients in Neuro Plus provides a unique blend which helps each ingredient to perform its function and effect not only individually but also synergistically. The proprietary blend also shows its impact on cognitive ability of brain by enhancing the brain functioning and sharpening the memory.
As a dietary supplement take two Neuro Plus capsule once a day. For best results take capsule as prescribed in a leaflet with an 8 oz. water glass or as prescribes by your doctor or health care professional.
Never exceed the recommended or prescribed dose. Nursing or pregnant mothers, children especially under the age of 18, and individuals with any known medical issue should consult a doctor or physician before start using this or anyother dietary supplement.
Neuro Plus safety and side effects
Keep out of reach of children. Do not use it if the safety level is damaged or missing. Store in a cool and dry place.
Summary and Conclusion
The better nutritional level is of chief importance in proper brain maintenance and development of cognitive functioning. Via important biological functions, different micronutrients affect brain physiological functioning. Neuro Plus has all the major key micronutrients consisting of the vitamins B, antioxidant vitamins along with that some essential minerals, in cognitive brain function.
The cognitive functioning of brain effects of micronutrient deficiencies is compensated very effectively by our product by providing micronutrient supplementation thus cover all the important issues of brain functioning including memory, broad areas of attention, age-linked cognitive decline and mood elevation. Our brain is a metabolically very active tissue depending on a consistent provision of glucose to provide its energy requirements.
Our brain accounts to about 25% of all body glucose utilization during rest, although representing just 2% of human body weight. The level of glucose in blood is maintained to avoid low glucose level in blood (hypoglycemia) and to provide glucose as preferential fuel to the brain. During the early stages of fasting, the breakdown of glycogen present in liver is used to keep blood glucose level and after that via the gluconeogenesis which is the process of production of glucose from non-carbohydrate precursors, such as amino acids. Neuro Plus has the vitamin B (biotin) which is essential for a key enzyme in the gluconeogenic pathway which provides glucose in a consistent way.
In conclusion Neuro Plus has all the ingredients essential for the improvement in brain growth, cognitive ability and memory. Neuro Plus brain booster increases your memory, focus and clarity. Neuro Plus helps aid in energy and focus, support memory and mental clarity and support mood and cognitive function.
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