CerebroFast is a synergistic combination of specific nutrients that actively target the root causes of dementia and memory loss. Can be used by students to improve cognitive function.
Cerebrofast contains Curcumin and vitaminD. Scientists took blood samples from a group of currently diagnosed Alzheimer’s disease patients and a control group of healthy volunteers. They then isolated the immune-stimulating component of the white blood cells called macrophages. These special cells are known to target and eliminate amyloid fibrils and other waste products that accumulate in the brain before they manifest into detectable disease conditions. The scientists found that Type I macrophage activity is greatly enhanced with optimal saturation of vitamin D3, and Type II immune cells are supported by the presence of curcumin. Researchers found that the action of both Type I and II macrophages are greatly enhanced by the synergistic application of vitamin D3 and curcumin together. They concluded “Our findings demonstrate that active forms of vitamin D3 and curcumin may be an important regulator of immune activities of macrophages in helping to clear amyloid plaques.”
Another important ingredient in Cerebro-Fast is Amla. In recent clinical trials and evaluations done by the Institute of Medical Studies in New Delhi, the scientists had the following to say: “it may be concluded from the behavioral and biochemical results of present study, that Emblica officinalis extract has an ability to improve or ameliorate spatial long-term memory and short-term memory attributable to mechanisms like antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, AchE inhibitory, hypolipidemic and neuroprotective activities.”
Each Cerebro-fast capsule contains:
Phosphatdylserine – 90mg
Amla – 100mg
Curcumin – 50mg
Huperzia Serratta – 50mg
EDTA – 55mg
Cholecalciferol 200iu / .05mg
Quercetin – 50mg
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