Our brain is the key to the development of all our abilities
With the right diet, the right knowledge and the right tools, anyone can maximize their brain's capacity.
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What you can expect from the Brain Supplement
Are you wondering what is behind each individual ingredient? Discover the benefits of our natural nutrient complex here.
Vitamins are very important to every single process and system in the body . For example, they are needed for DNA formation, gene expression (the process by which cells act based on instructions from DNA) and the production of blood cells.
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin and can therefore hardly be stored by the body. However, since the human body cannot produce it itself, it is dependent on the supply. As an essential vitamin, it contributes to the reduction of tiredness and exhaustion, to the normal functioning of the psyche, the nervous and immune systems and to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
The fruit of the acerola plant is a true superhero because it is one of the richest in vitamin C in the world. Thus, it has numerous proven benefits and contributes, for example, to the reduction of tiredness and a normal energy-yielding metabolism.
Compared to both most fruits and the most commonly consumed foods, blueberries have one of the highest cellular antioxidant activities. The anthocyanins it contains optimize blood circulation in the brain, fight cell inflammation, promote memory, concentration and focus.
Vitamin D3 is known to many as the sunshine vitamin. It reduces harmful amyloid plaques in the brain, which may improve resistance to age-related diseases. It can also elevate mood and support the immune system.
Thiamine, known as vitamin B1, is an essential nutrient for energy release and is used by every cell in the body. It is a key to maintaining nervous system health. There are also studies that suggest that high levels of thiamine can be beneficial for mental health. In one study, thiamine was taken in addition to antidepressants, after which the symptoms could be alleviated more quickly.
Niacin, also known as vitamin B3, is one of the eight essential B vitamins we need to live. It helps release energy from food, lowers cholesterol, relieves arthritis, and promotes brain function. The brain needs niacin (the coenzymes NAD and NADP) to generate energy and function properly.
Pantothenic acid, also known as vitamin B5, is one of the most important nutrients we need to survive. This is less about protection and more about keeping things running. This vitamin contributes to normal brain performance and supports the structure and function of brain cells. It helps release energy and supports the metabolism of stress hormones.
Vitamin B6 is one of the most important nutrients we all need. It is vital for all sorts of processes in the body and brain. For example, it supports mood regulation and regulates the release of energy from food. Early studies have found that high levels of vitamin B6 help slow brain shrinkage in areas associated with cognitive decline.
Folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, is one of the essential nutrients we all need. It is a major contributor to reducing tiredness and fatigue and may also reduce the risk of depression through its contribution to normal psychological functioning.
Vitamin B12 supports the normal function of nerve cells, is crucial for DNA synthesis and prevents research on the consequences of brain atrophy. On the other hand, low B12 levels can increase the risk of mood swings or even depression because it has a strong impact on the production of serotonin, a chemical in the brain that regulates mood.
Adaptogens are plants and herbs with the unique ability to increase human resilience to stress . They help us adapt to environmental stressors that can challenge our inner balance. They have a regulating effect on the body's cortisol level and thus not only protect against stress , but also against tiredness and restlessness .
Initial studies show that the combination of Hericenone and Erinacine from Lion's Mane can relieve mild symptoms of anxiety and depression. It increases cognitive performance, especially learning and memory. It also increases NGF (nerve growth factor), which is essential for maintaining healthy brain cells.
Nootropics, or "brain boosters," are natural substances that can increase cognitive performance and improve mental function by increasing our memory, creativity, motivation, and alertness. They promote blood circulation and ensure the oxygen supply to the brain.
CDP choline may promote memory function, improve brain development, and treat anxiety and other mental disorders. A lack of choline is associated with Alzheimer's disease. Therefore, choline plays an important role in promoting memory and learning.
Ginkgo promotes blood circulation and thus the oxygen supply to the brain. This improves our overall cognitive performance, especially in terms of memory. Ginkgo has been shown to increase levels of dopamine and serotonin in the brain. It reduces anxiety and bad mood.
For example, minerals are required for the functioning of the heart and brain and for the production of hormones and enzymes , making them essential for life.
Chromium picolinate is the chromium compound with the best rate of absorption. Although research on this nutrient is relatively new, there is already evidence that it may help improve energy utilization and reduce symptoms of depression.
Scientific studies have shown that iodine deficiency affects structures in the brain, such as the hippocampus and neurotransmitters (chemicals in the brain). Iodine thus contributes to normal cognitive function, helps in the production of thyroid hormones and supports growth.
To help you integrate Braincare into your everyday life, we have defined the 5 Braincare pillars:
1. Fluid intake & nutrition 💧
2. Selfcare & mindfulness 🧘🏻♂️
3. Relaxation & sleep 💆🏼♂️
4. Sports & exercise 🏋
5. Learning & Digital Diet 📚