You buy that bottle or box, and you look at the list of ingredients, only to realize you have no idea what half of them are. How is a business supposed to gain trust with the consumer if there’s no way to know what a brain supplement is made of? We reviewed and analyzed hundreds of articles from medical professionals and experts along with most influential health websites, to offer up what you need to know about brain pill ingredients. Why? Because the consumer deserves to know what’s in that product he paid for.
Ingredients are the individual parts that make up a brain supplement formula. For a supplement manufacturer to include them in a formulation, these ingredients do not need to be clinically proven to work, as long as the product is sold with no promises that read as medical statements or advice. What does that mean? Basically, a supplement company can simply add water and claim it is an appetite suppressant because drinking makes you feel full. You can’t always take a company on its word – you have to look to science. And that’s why BrainReference is providing you, the consumer, with an extensive ingredients library that is based on facts, on science. Here you’ll find anything from herbal extracts to amino acids, Omega-3s, and even probiotics. If it exists, you will find it here.