Brainiac is a brain formula (suggestively indicated by its name) that promises to naturally boost mental performance and improve productivity, focus, and concentration. Opportuniteas, the company behind this supplement offers various other organic supplements, teas, powders, and supplements. Although their range of products is not very wide, the company claims to be committed to providing only natural products that will improve the health of those who chose to try them.
This particular formula is one of the two brain supplements in the company’s line of products. However, this is the only brain supplement in the form of powder. The product includes various natural substances like vitamins, herbal extracts, minerals, and amino-acids designed to work synergistically and provide the necessary mental energy and focus needed to achieve peak performance.
Brainiac lacks any artificial substances, fillers, binders, or preservatives. We would expect so considering that Opportuniteas was allegedly founded with the purpose of providing natural solutions to their customers.
Brainiac contains the following ingredients: Brainiac contains the following ingredients: Vitamin D3, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, Matcha tea leaf, l-Tyrosine, Organic Lion’s Mane biomass, organic Ceylon cinnamon, Schizandra berries, Alpha GPC 50%, CDP Choline, L-Theanine, Guarana extract 22% Caffeine, and Rhodiola Rosea Extract 3% rosavins.
Brainiac features a moderate number of ingredients from different categories. The first listed compounds are two vitamins, namely Vitamin D3 and Vitamin B6. Both were shown to positively influence brain’s activity through specific mechanisms. Vitamin D3 is considered necessary for maintaining emotional balance, while vitamin B6 is used in the production of certain neurotransmitters related to cognitive function and mental balance.
Next we have Magnesium, a key mineral that accomplishes numerous roles within the human body. In the cognitive area, the main benefits associated with the presence of adequate Magnesium levels are optimal memory and learning. Scientists observed that the mineral improves synaptic plasticity which further results in a more effective message transmission between brain cells with a positive impact in memory. A daily intake of 400 mg of Magnesium is considered the ideal amount for maintaining optimal cognitive abilities and prevent age related decline. Brainiac does however only provide 13% of this amount, namely 50 mg.
Matcha tea leaf, the next ingredient in this supplement has been researched for its potential benefits on various areas of the human health. It seems the plant is a rich source of proteins, minerals and Vitamin C able to promote relaxation (due to a high concentration of L-Theanine), detoxify the body, reduce weight, and provide the necessary mental energy for a better focus.
All the other ingredients are currently being investigated for their various potential benefits on the brain, and we advise our readers to make an in-depth research about each of these substances if they want to get a better understanding of Brainiac’s possible benefits.
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- Brainiac is a natural powder supplement based on clinically tested compounds
- The formula is currently on discount ($29.99 for a 40 day supply)
- International delivery is ensured directly by the manufacturer
- The standard price of this formula is moderately high ($45.99)
- There are not many consumer testimonials available online about the supplement
- The formula was not the subject of a clinical trial or scientific study that could validate its claimed benefits
Brainiac looks like a safe alternative for people who desire to try a natural alternative to improve their mental performances. However, consumers should pay attention to the fact that this is a powder formula and they might not like the taste of the drink (particularly because no artificial aromas have been added, as claimed by the producer). As a suggestion, the Opportuniteas recommends mixing the product in smoothies, lattes, shakes, yogurt, and other beverages that might make it easier to ingest. The formula also contains caffeine, although in a relatively low amount (50 mg). People with known allergies to this substance should consume the formula with precaution, and at the first sign of allergic reaction, discontinue use.