Brain Support Review
Brain Support is a dietary supplement which may improve general cognitive ability. It’s manufactured by Lindberg Nutrition, a company from California with locations in Torrance and Manhattan Beach. Founded more than 60 years ago by the Lindberg family, part of their popularity is due to the lack of a middleman. The company deals with manufacturing and sales, allowing people to easily get supplements directly from the source. This product uses vitamins and nootropics which may help clear your mind, maintain proper blood flow in the brain, and more.
Brain Support contains the following ingredients: Vitamin E (as d-Alpha Tocopherol) 30 iu, Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCl) 4 mg, Vitamin B12 (as Cyanocobalamin) 12 mcg, Fish Oil (molecularly distilled) [from anchovy, sardine] 1668 mg, EPA 300 mg, DHA 200 mg, Ginkgo Biloba (leaf) Standardized to 24% Total Flavone Glycosides and 6% Terpene Lactones 120 mg, SerinAid Phosphatidylserine 100 mg, Phosphatidylcholine (soy) 100 mg, Rosemary Extract (Rosemarinus Officinal) 30 mg, Inositol 10 mg.
Every capsule of Brain Support gives you fish oil, some vitamins, and a variety of nootropics. Ingredients include phosphatidylserine, rosemary extract, and inositol. Inositols are Pseudovitamin compounds found in most foods and are found in some nootropic dietary supplements. It’s usually used in the form of Myo-inositol. The standard dose is 14 to 18 g daily, but as little as 4 to 6 g can be effective. Inositol supplements have the ability to decrease anxiety, improve fertility in women, reduce chances of panic attacks, and reduce symptoms of depression. These benefits often require frequently taking high doses of inositol. The compound has a lot of potential benefits and there are a good number of studies looking into these benefits. Brain Support features 10 mg per serving, which will be enough for many people.
Phosphatidylserine is a chemical naturally found in your body. It’s supposed to promote inter-cellular communication in the brain while aiding your neurotransmitters involved in learning and memory. Some people do report some stabilization in their mood, but one study on phosphatidylserine found no significant differences in mood. Just memory, mostly. It can also help with language skills, stress reduction, and increased attention for those at risk of age-related mental decline. Phosphatidylserine is sometimes given to people suffering from mild Alzheimer’s disease.
- You can take 2 to 3 capsules a day for a good amount of fish oil. The EPA concentrations make this supplement something for most adults.
- Some decent nootropic ingredients which are often found in supplements.
- Not for vegans. Capsules are made from gelatin and contain fish oil.
- Clumsy formula which doesn’t know its audience. Some ingredients are for general use, and some are for adults 55 or older. The formula could use some fine tuning for maximum effectiveness.
The price is around average, depending on when and where you buy this. For a supplement with fish oil and nootropic ingredients, this is a plenty reasonable price and an attractive buy. The only real potential issue is the product formula. It’s unfocused. Brain Support may work as a general brain health dietary supplement, but its results can be unpredictable. It might be best for the middle aged. The mix of ingredients, however, makes it hard to tell. There’s a little bit of everything for everyone, which is good or bad depending on personal chemistry. Brain Support is often inexpensive and can be worth checking out.
10yrs or More
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