BrainRenue Review

by Brainceuticals
BrainRenue
5.38 out of 10 based on 0 user ratings
BrainRenue
BrainRenue
Written by: Brain Research Supplements
Date Published: 2012-05-24
5.38 / 10 stars
BrainRenue  Review

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Is Brain Renue Right For You?

Brain Renue is advertised as a dietary supplement aimed to support memory, focus, and concentration and keep the brain healthy by protecting it against damaging brain diseases. The company behind this product is Brainceuticals, a science-based company which aims to develop nutritional products that ensure the proper functioning of the entire body. They claim the formula can help enhance your memory, strengthen your focus and increase neuroplasticity by providing the brain with the right nutrients.

Recommended for those who are looking to improve their memory, concentration or are recovering from any brain damage, the supplement is said to speed up the recovery, enhance recall and prevent memory loss. According to the official website, the formula contains a combination of antioxidants and nutrients that have been scientifically proven to increase neuronal activity and stability. The right nutrition for the nervous system is said to prevent the build ups of toxins, therefore ensuring a proper circulation and neural function.

This formula does not contain any common allergens. The company states that effects can be felt immediately by some people, while for others it might take a longer period.

$24.96

Ingredients of Brain Renue

Brain Renue contains the following ingredients: Bacopa monniera leaf extract (20% bacosides)(Bacopin), Choline Bitartrate, dl-Phenylalanine, Gamma-aminobutyric acid, l-tyrosine, grape seed extract (95% proanthocyanins), Ginkgo biloba leaf extract (24% ginkgolides 6% terpenes), Panax ginseng root extract (20% ginsenosides), Inositol, Green Tea leaf extract (98% polyphenols, 90% catechins), Phosphatidyl l-serine, DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid), Alpha Lipoic Acid, l-Glutamine, Aloe Vera isolate (200:1), Malic acid, citric acid, Vinpocetine, and Huperzine A.

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