What are the main ingredients in Brain NRG, and why are they important?

Q:  What are the main ingredients in Brain NRG, and why are they important?

Brain NRG’s key ingredient is stabilized NADH:

NADH — nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) + hydrogen (H) — is a naturally occurring compound found in all living organisms. It is an anti-aging substance that elevates energy levels and supercharges brain power.

NADH produces energy, which is physically stored in your cells in the form of a chemical called ATP. By increasing your ATP levels, your cells will function better and survive longer to feed your brain, strengthen your heart and make your energy soar.

NADH also plays a key role in creating brain chemicals called neurotransmitters such as serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine. It does this, of course, by creating more ATP energy that helps fuel, build and maintain these neurotransmitters.

Unfortunately, as you age the levels of NADH in your body typically decline. It should be noted that most of the NADH we take in from food is destroyed. Brain NRG has a stabilized, highly bioavailable form of NADH with a protective coating to protect it from destruction by stomach acid. Stabilized NADH has been hailed as one of the great medical breakthroughs of our time. 

Sir John Eccles, a Nobel Prize winner, said that, “The discovery of the therapeutic effect of stabilized NADH is, in my opinion, more important than the discovery of antibiotics.”

Brain NRG also provides a number of other important, health-giving nutrients:

Vitamin B12:

This important vitamin helps convert your food into fuel for your cells. It helps with cell formation and longevity. B12 helps your heart by lowering homocysteine, a harmful amino acid, and by keeping your red blood cells healthy. It forms a protective shield around nerve cells, which is critical for your brain health.

Folic acid:

Folic acid helps your body make healthy new cells. It helps synthesize new DNA and repair existing DNA, fights anemia and can even help prevent certain birth defects.

Vitamin B6:

This important vitamin plays a critical role in metabolism and also supports a healthy heart, brain and nervous system.

Vitamin A:

Vitamin A helps stimulate the production of ATP, the source of energy so vital to human health and life. Vitamin A is also a potent antioxidant that can combat the damaging effects of free radicals.

  

Biotin:

A member of the B vitamin family, Biotin (also sometimes called Vitamin H) is a powerhouse that supports healthy skin, nerves, cells, metabolism and digestion.

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