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  • Helps support working memory
  • Provides 100 mg of trans-resveratrol
  • Helps protect against oxidative stress
the art Harnessing the power of trans-resveratrol, this dual ingredient formula delivers support for working memory with scientifically studied Cereboost® while the antioxidant activity from resveratrol helps protect against oxidative stress.

the benefits Derived from Panax quinquefolius L. root, performance-supporting Cereboost® is a clinically studied, patent-pending extract with a powerful and unique profile standardized to 10% ginsenosides.

the proof A human clinical pilot study shows that one 200 mg serving of Cereboost® may help support working memory.

Brain Science™ combines our patent-pending Resveratrol Polyphenol Complex™ with working memory supporting Cereboost®, a clinically studied extract of American Ginseng. Our powerful dual-ingredient formula can help temporarily boost working memory performance, as well as promote antioxidant activity that helps protect against oxidative stress and free radical attack.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts

Take 1 capsule daily. Store tightly in acool, dry place.

Serving Size 1 Veggie Capsule
Servings Per Container 30
Amount Per Serving % DV
Cereboost® American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.) extract (root) (standardized to contain 10% ginsenosides) 200.00 mg **
Resveratrol Polyphenol Complex™ 200.00 mg **
 Wildcrafted Japanese Knotweed Extract (Polygonum cuspidatum)(root and rhizome) **
 (standardized to contain at least 100 mg of trans-resveratrol) **
 Organic French Whole Red Grape Wine Grape(Vitis vinifera) (skin seeds fruit stem vine) **
 USDA certified Organic Muscadine Whole Red Grape (Vitis rotundifolia)(skin and seed) **
** Daily Value (DV) not established

Other Ingredients: Vegetarian capsule (vegetable cellulose), Silica

Does not contain: Soy, wheat, yeast, lactose, citrus, milk, egg or fish products, sugar, salt, starch, artificial coloring, flavoring or preservatives. Gluten free.

Warning: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS. DO NOT USE IF OUTER SEAL IS BROKEN OR MISSING. Consult your healthcare practitioner before taking if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, blood thinner, anti-depressant or under doctor’s care.


Health Notes

Men: Drink in Moderation to Preserve Brain Function

Men: Drink in Moderation to Preserve Brain Function
Men: Drink in Moderation to Preserve Brain Function: Main Image
Men who drank 2.5 drinks or more per day declined faster than light-to-moderate drinkers
Men who are heavy drinkers may experience earlier cognitive decline, reports a study in Neurology.

Alcohol's mind-blowing effects

A study conducted by the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University College London aimed to see how alcohol consumption affected people's brain function as they age. To do this, 7,153 men and women's midlife alcohol consumption was estimated, and cognitive function was tested at intervals spanning a ten-year period.

Investigators combined the results of short-term memory, reasoning, and verbal fluency tests to come up with an overall estimate of the participants' cognitive function.

Men who drank the most-36 or more grams per day (roughly 2.5 drinks)-declined faster on all cognitive function measures than light-to-moderate drinkers (those who drank between 0.1 and 19.9 grams per day). This amounted to a 1.5 to 5.7 year faster cognitive decline in the heaviest drinkers.

The results were similar for women: those who drank 19 or more grams of alcohol per day lost about 2.7 years in reasoning and verbal fluency capacity, but the results didn't reach statistical significance.

Women who completely abstained from alcohol fared even worse on cognitive function tests; however, this group was small. "This category is likely to represent a group of selected individuals whose characteristics differ from other participants," explained lead study author, Severine Sabia.

"Our findings are in agreement with previous studies showing that moderate alcohol consumption is probably not deleterious for cognitive outcomes, but they also show that heavy alcohol consumption in midlife is likely to be harmful for cognitive aging, at least in men," concluded Sabia.

Health benefits of drinking

Moderate alcohol consumption is linked to lower risk of heart disease and dying from a heart attack, and it may also enhance cognitive function and decrease the risk of dementia. However, if you're thinking about taking up drinking as a health measure, experts agree this isn't necessary. Drinking too much alcohol can lead to serious health problems, including increased risk of several cancers (including head and neck, esophageal, colon, and breast cancer), heart attack and stroke, memory loss, and liver damage.

It's more advisable to stick to less risky ways to lower your risk of some of the conditions that drinking might help prevent. For example, regular exercise can lower blood pressure, raise heart-healthy HDL levels, and aid in weight loss-all of which may lower heart disease risk.

(Neurology 2014;82:1-8)

Kimberly Beauchamp, ND, received her doctoral degree from Bastyr University, the nation's premier academic institution for science-based natural medicine. She co-founded South County Naturopaths in Wakefield, RI, where she practiced whole family care with an emphasis on nutritional counseling, herbal medicine, detoxification, and food allergy identification and treatment. Her blog, Eat Happy, helps take the drama out of healthy eating with real food recipes and nutrition news that you can use. Dr. Beauchamp is a regular contributor to Healthnotes Newswire.
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