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Brain Supplements for Memory and Focus

November 09, 2017 2 Comments

brain supplements for memory and focus

By Dr. Keerthy Sunder

Forget Memory Loss!

There are many factors that can take its toll on your ability to remember and concentrate. Luckily, key nutrients can help your brain:

  • regulate memory
  • improve focus
  • improve mood

What’s more, taking the right kind of supplement formula can boost your brain power AND guard against mental and physical diseases in the future.

In this article, we’ll first review the possible reasons behind nutritional deficiencies. Then, we’ll take a look at the most efficient supplement ingredients used to help improve memory and focus. Finally, we suggest key supplements than can help.

As always, we invite your questions and comments at the end. We try to respond to all questions personally and promptly. So, let us know what you think!

Why a Brain Supplement?

Most people who reach the age of 55 can benefit from taking a daily supplement – or, better yet, a combination formula - because achieving an adequate level of nutrients for memory and focus can be tricky. Nonetheless, your brain still needs fuel.

Here are the three (3) main reasons why you may need a brain supplement.

1. Our bodies lose their ability to absorb nutrients as we age.

Nutritional deficiencies can be caused by the natural process of aging. With time, our bodies gradually become less efficient in absorbing essential vitamins and minerals...and supplements can balance out these shortages.

2. Medical or lifestyle reasons.

There are also several causes of nutrient deficiency that stem from health conditions, lifestyle choices, and other individual circumstances. These may include:

  • alcohol and cigarette use
  • chronic illness
  • decreased appetite
  • medications
  • problems with digestion
  • stress

3. Sometimes food is NOT enough.

In order to get most of the nutrients needed for optimal brain health you need to include plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, good protein packages, and healthy fats. For many people in today’s day and age, supplements for memory loss can fill the gap. We just aren't getting what we need from industrial, toxic foods.

In fact, when it comes to vitamin intake many Americans get less than the adequate amounts. For example, more than 90% of Americans get less than the Estimated Average Requirement (EAR) of vitamin D and vitamin E from food alone.

A Word On Vitamin Deficiency And Dementia

According To The World Health Organization (WHO), around 47 million people of the worldwide population can be diagnosed with dementia, with about 9.9 million new cases being recorded every year. The bad news is that these conditions are the main cause of lifelong disability worldwide. The good news is that declining brain health and cognitive loss are not unpreventable conditions.

As research confirms, preserving your mental sharpness requires a certain quality of life and lifestyle choices. Specifically, regulating what and how you eat, how much you exercise, and how you deal with life’s challenges can have a great impact on your risk of dementia. How you interact with others plays a role, too. But what about the role of vitamins?

The most frequent cause of dementia in elderly persons is low serum levels of vitamin B12.

Further, a longitudinal study found that healthy adults over 65 years of age who used antioxidants including vitamin E, vitamin C and multivitamin combinations had a 50% lower likelihood of experiencing cognitive decline at 5 years follow-up in comparison to those who did not. So, the jury is out: get educated and start making decision to support your mental health BEFORE IT DECLINES. You have the power to make the change!

The Best Supplement to Improve Memory

Taking care of your mind and body is 100% required to live the life that you deserve. Our mentor, Dr. Keerthy Sunder, has created the best brain supplements formula just for memory and focus. He’s applied his 20+ years of clinical work as a physician to help you double your energy, double your focus, and double your life satisfaction.

Here is why we think you should consider DoctorSunder's Brain Tune.  

  1. DoctorSunder's Brain Tune covers all nutrient bases for memory. With over 23 ingredients, Brain Tune boosts your energy, increases blood flow to your brain, establishes chemical balance, and offers neuroprotection and regeneration – all of which boost your memory, focus, and other key mental performance areas.
  2. Supports several brain systems simultaneously. Brain Tune optimizes many brain functions and brain pathways at the same time, while other brain supplements may be targeting only a few brain pathways, supporting just memory, or just focus.
  3. Is tasty and can be used as a meal replacement. Brain Tune can actually be used as a weight loss tool! The nutrients in one serving size are equal to one meal replacement. No capsule can do that for you. Plus, it’s doesn’t contain any traces of wheat, gluten, yeast, soy protein, dairy products, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, or artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners.
  4. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. You can use Brain Tune for 30 days and see how you feel. If you aren’t getting the wanted effects, you can simply return the package and get a full refund...even if you have used up most or all of it.

 

Other Supplements for Brain Health And Memory

Still, we understand that dietary supplements come in a variety of forms. And we want you to choose what works best for you. But what should you be looking for? Some basic things that you should pay attention to when deciding on a brain supplement is the number of ingredients it contains and their effectiveness on brain function. Also, pay attention to any dangerous ingredients that may be included in a supplement blend.

  1. NeuroPeak capsules for memory, focus, and clarity promise to re-energize your mind, helping you stay focused on your most important tasks. But, with only 6 active ingredients this formula may fail to tap your brain’s vast potential.
  1. NooCube is marketed as a synergistic blend of nootropics that helps support and enhance your focus, mental speed and memory. However, it only contains 7 ingredients, one of which is 2.5mg of the toxic ingredient magnesium stearte. In large doses, magnesium stearate has the ability to damage your skin and cause liver toxicity.
  1. Alpha BRAIN supplement has been clinically studied to help healthy individuals support memory, focus, and processing speed. Although it contains more ingredients that the previous two supplements – 10 ingredients to be more exact - it mainly focuses on healthy individuals and may lack to provide enough supplementation for adults aged 55+.

Supplements for the Brain and Memory

We know that DoctorSunder's Brain Tune might not meet your individual needs. However, be sure that any supplement blend you’re considering contains at least the following ingredients. And remember that multiple ingredient formulas have synergistic effect. This means that taking a daily multi ingredient supplement is more effective than single ingredients taken in isolation.

That’s why we love Brain Tune.

It offers a safe, simple micronutrient insurance for your brain health – all in one serving!

Nonetheless, minimum supplement requirements for the brain and memory should include

Combinations of:

  1. Vitamin D: This vitamin binds to adequate vitamin D receptors in key brain areas for cognition (the cortex and hippocampus). Vitamin D deficiencies in adults have been associated with several adverse outcomes for the brain and memory, including Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, depression and cognitive decline.
  2. Phospholipids: The phospholipids phosphatidylserine (PS) and phosphatidylcholine are helpful for preserving brain health. In addition, these supplements have been shown to have effect on thinking skills and memory.
  3. Acetyl-L-Carnitine: This amino acid is claimed to make you feel more alert, improve memory and slow down memory loss. Some studies in animals have shown that acetyl-L-carnitine supplements can prevent your brain against age-related decline in function and increase learning capacity.
  4. Magnesium: It is an essential dietary mineral that is important for over 600 metabolic functions in our body, including memory and attention. Signs of magnesium deficiency include brain fog, lack of focus, inability to handle stress, insomnia, and fatigue.

Majority of brain wellness product contains the combination of above ingredients.

Supplements for Memory Loss and Focus

  1. Vitamin B supplements: The vitamin B complex, including vitamin B6, B9 (folate) and B12 (cyanocobalamin) are essential for improving focus and preventing memory loss. The deficiency of these vitamins in the body causes elevated levels of homocysteine – an amino acid associated with an increased risk of dementia.
  2. Vitamin E supplements: The oxidative stress in your body could possibly contribute to the development of memory dissorders. This is why antioxidants such as vitamin E have been used for the prevention and treatment of dementia. In fact, there are several studies regarding the usefulness of vitamin E for preventing dementia among healthy adults, and for delaying cognitive decline among those with dementia.
  3. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: These are a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids that reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke, maintain the integrity of the brain cell membrane and neuronal function. Omega-3 fatty acids are harder to get from diet alone, so getting them in a supplement-form is essential for cognition, memory, and focus.
  4. Vitamin A and Vitamin C – These two vitamins have antioxidant activity, which is why they are used for enhancing cognition and preventing cognitive decline and memory problems.

Memory Supplements That Work

If you are experiencing any of the following problems, you may not be getting 100% of your brain’s daily needs for memory and focus. Ask yourself the following questions:

  • How’s my energy and focus?
  • Am I as productive as I want to be?
  • Do I need coffee to wake up, or to make it through the afternoon?
  • Is my memory as it used to be?
  • How’s sleep? Is it poor and/or restless?

All of these issues can be caused by poor brain nutrition and function. So, look into DoctorSunder's Brain Tune to dramatically support the underlying health of your brain cells and brain function. Available in vanilla and chocolate flavor, our Brain Tune can help anyone interested in a once-a-day solution for memory and focus.

But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what Dr. Sunder’s patients and clients are saying:

  • I was worried I was starting to lose my memory. It turns out that I wasn’t getting the nutrients I need to support my brain. Brain Tune has helped me get balance again.
  • A few months ago, I could not imagine the clarity I’m experiencing now. Brain Tune really helps me keep my mind sharp!
  • If you want to double or triple your brain power, be more focused and more productive, supercharge your energy and find joy, Dr. Sunder is the man to help you. He will take your game to a whole New Level.
Reference Sources:
NCBI: Brain foods: the effects of nutrients on brain function
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2805706/
Diet rich in date palm fruits improves memory, learning and reduces beta amyloid in transgenic mouse model of Alzheimer's disease
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4484046/
NOAA: Diet and Memory: The Best Diet to Boost Your Brainpower
http://www.wfm.noaa.gov/pdfs/GetSmartBrainHealth_Handout1.pdf
CommonHealth Virginia: 15 Best Foods for your Brain
http://commonhealth.virginia.gov/documents/wellnotes/15BestFoodsforyourBrain.pdf
US Department of Agriculture: Nutrition and Brain Function Food for the Aging Mind
https://agresearchmag.ars.usda.gov/2007/aug/aging
Harvard: Foods linked to better brainpower
https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/foods-linked-to-better-brainpower
NCBI: Can nutrient supplements modify brain function?
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10837313
NCBI: Common dietary supplements for cognitive health
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3311304/
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http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs362/en/
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2 Responses

DoctorSunder's Brain Tune
DoctorSunder's Brain Tune

December 18, 2017

Hi Gurjinder.

Thanks for acknowledging! Have you tried DoctorSunder’s Brain Tune yet?

Gurjinder Singh
Gurjinder Singh

December 04, 2017

Brain is a main organ of our body. Brain operate our entire body function. If our brain will not work well then there is a harmful for us. So take care of our brain and try better supplement for its.

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