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Brain Health Combo

Our Brain Health Combo taps into the latest research on antioxidants and probiotics as support for healthy, active and focused brain function. Science shows that antioxidants can stave off oxidative damage in the brain, while probiotics, working through your digestive system, can affect and even change brain function and mood. Memory Solutions, formulated by neurologist Julie Schwartzbard, MD, can enhance memory function, while preserving and protecting the brain from oxidative damage. Super Biotic, is a comprehensive blend of eight separate probiotic strains that help reset your gut’s bacterial balance. Because digestive health is crucial to good, sharp brain function, this “dynamic duo” can make a difference in your brain function, memory and focus.

What you get with the Combo:

Memory Solutions — created to support memory, focus and overall brain function, this unique supplement includes powerful plant-derived ingredients shown by science to feed and support your brain’s memory and focusing ability, along with essential vitamins in therapeutic, brain-healthy amounts.

Memory Solutions includes:

  • Curcumin as Meriva® — a powerful antioxidant from the turmeric plant.
  • Quercetin — a well-known antioxidant that belongs to a group of plant pigments called flavonoids.
  • Green tea leaf extract — a cutting-edge ingredient that science suggests has strong antioxidant properties.

Super Biotic — while it is formulated to help soothe and normalize digestive symptoms, this exclusive probiotic can help boost your natural immune function and support healthy brain function and mental health.

Super Biotic includes:

  • Lactobacilli — as L. Acidophilus, L. Rhamnosus, L. Lactisand L. Gasseri , wards off the bacteria and organisms that contribute to digestive or vaginal imbalance.
  • Bifidobacterium — as B. Lactis, B. Longum and B. Bifidum, promotes colon health and enhances cellular immunity.
  • Streptococcus thermophilus — promotes regularity and helps break down lactose.

How to use:

Memory Solutions — we recommend taking two tablets per day, one with breakfast and one with dinner.

For Super Biotic — take just one capsule every day with breakfast or lunch.

We recommend using both formulas for at least 30-60 days before evaluating your results so you have enough time to allow your body to heal and reset digestively. For best results, it’s essential to use both products together regularly every day as directed.

This Brain Health Combo is intended to last a full 30 days.

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.
Brain Health Combo Ingredients

Product References

Memory Solutions

For more information about the science that supports Memory Solutions’ supplements, please review the following research studies:

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Super Biotic

Our Super Biotic is doctor-formulated to be complete, natural, bioavailable, and manufactured to pharmaceutical standards.

The following articles and studies, arranged in order of recency, provide information concerning the clinical basis for using Super Biotic.

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