Prime強化記憶配方 - 單瓶裝(30份)

$38.75 USD

我們每日勞碌奔忙,有許多需要我們思考、記憶的事情。 遺憾的是,隨著年紀增長,我們的記憶力會逐漸退化。 即使是最簡單的信息,例如幾年前我們還能記得的名字、事件或任務,現在似乎忘得一乾二淨。 Prime強化記憶配方旨在協助維持腦部正常的血液循環。 維持腦部正常血流,對於維持腦部正常功能是非常重要的。讓腦部進入最佳健康狀態可提升記憶力和思維活動能力。Prime強化記憶配方有助集中注意力,讓頭腦不再混亂模糊。* 本配方採用精選成分組合以提升記憶力並使腦部免受氧化壓力。硫辛酸具有抗氧化功能,可以清除腦部的自由基並阻止自由基引發的不良連鎖反應。 硫辛酸既具水溶性又具脂溶性,能夠重新生成內源性抗氧化劑,如維生素E、維生素C和穀胱甘肽,且能夠抑制氧化壓力。銀杏葉與乙醯左旋肉鹼有助維持腦部健康的血液循環。本配方經特別配製,可促進腦部血流以使頭腦維持最佳表現,並可為腦部補充抗氧化劑以抑制自由基的活動。*




  • 協助改善並提升記憶力
  • 有助維持正常的腦部血液循環(腦血流)
  • 有助維持大腦正常的生理機能
  • 有助減少老化對腦部的影響
  • 抑制腦部的氧化壓力/損害
  • 促進乙醯膽鹼(重要的腦部神經傳導物質)的正常水平
  • 支援正常的心智活動
  • 支援整體認知表現
  • 不含麩質


我們每日勞碌奔忙,有許多需要我們思考、記憶的事情。 遺憾的是,隨著年紀增長,我們的記憶力會逐漸退化。 即使是最簡單的信息,例如幾年前我們還能記得的名字、事件或任務,現在似乎忘得一乾二淨。 Prime™ 強化記憶配方旨在協助維持腦部正常的血液循環。 維持腦部正常血流,對於維持腦部正常功能是非常重要的。讓腦部進入最佳健康狀態可提升記憶力和思維活動能力。Prime™ 強化記憶配方有助集中注意力,讓頭腦不再混亂模糊。* 

本配方採用精選成分組合以提升記憶力並使腦部免受氧化壓力。硫辛酸具有抗氧化功能,可以清除腦部的自由基並阻止自由基引發的不良連鎖反應。 硫辛酸既具水溶性又具脂溶性,能夠重新生成內源性抗氧化劑,如維生素E、維生素C和穀胱甘肽,且能夠抑制氧化壓力。銀杏葉與乙醯左旋肉鹼有助維持腦部健康的血液循環。本配方經特別配製,可促進腦部血流以使頭腦維持最佳表現,並可為腦部補充抗氧化劑以抑制自由基的活動。*


Frequently Asked Questions About Cognitin™ Memory Support Formula :

If I am taking OPC-3 ®, can I take Cognitin ™ ?

The combination of the ingredient vinpocetine and OPC-3 may cause blood thinning, so if you are currently taking warfarin (Coumadin), other antiplatelet/anticoagulant, antidiabetic, chemotherapy or any other prescription drugs, or have an ongoing medical condition, you should consult their physician before taking this product.

I get sick taking pills on an empty stomach. Can I take this with food?

Cognitin should be taken with food to improve absorption of the active ingredients.

If I am already taking Vitamind, can I also take Cognitin?

The combination of Vitamind and Cognitin is not necessary or recommended. The vinpocetine in Cognitin may interact with the Ginkgo Biloba in Vitamind and may cause the blood to thin.

What other products complement Cognitin?

Isotonix ® Maximum ORAC, Isotonix Multivitamin, Heart Health Advanced CoQ10, and Isotonix Advanced B-Complex all complement Cognitin to produce optimal memory levels.

What are signs that I need Cognitin?

If you are elderly or if you routinely have difficulty when trying to recall a simple task, name, or event.

What portion of the brain does Cognitin affect*?

The entire brain.

What mechanisms does this formulation work by*?

· Aids in improving and enhancing memory

· Supports normal mental activity

· Inhibits oxidative stress on the brain

· Helps maintain healthy blood circulation within the brain (cerebral blood flow)

· Helps maintain normal brain physiology

· Supports overall cognitive performance

· Promotes healthy levels of acetylcholine (an important neurotransmitter in the brain)

· Helps minimize the effects of aging on the brain

When should I start to see a difference?

Possibly within two weeks.


Key Ingredients Found In Cognitin™ Memory Support Formula :

Acetyl L-Carnitine: 500 mg

Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALC) is able to travel through the blood-brain barrier where it supports the normal formation of the brain chemical acetylcholine; it promotes the efficient operation of cells by helping them stay clear of toxic fatty-acid metabolites; and it helps maintain normal brain physiology.*

Chemical messengers like neurotransmitters are vital to maintaining cognitive function yet often decline with age. Studies have shown that ALC promotes overall cognitive performance. ALC promotes normal cognitive function by helping to maintain brain energy production, phospholipid metabolism and acetyl coenzyme A levels. Acetyl coenzyme A is used by the body to re-synthesize acetylcholine.*

Alpha-lipoic acid: 100 mg

Deep within the tissue, alpha-lipoic acid is a coenzyme that, together with pyrophosphatase, promotes normal carbohydrate metabolism and production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Deep within the tissues of the brain, alpha-lipoic acid and the metabolite, dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA), have antioxidant components, which help to neutralize damaging free radicals.*

Alpha-lipoic acid is both water and fat-soluble and can regenerate endogenous antioxidants, such as vitamin E, vitamin C, and glutathione, and prevent oxidative stress. Alpha-lipoic acid is about 30 percent absorbed from dietary or supplemental sources, and is reduced to DHLA in many tissues.*

Vinpocetine (Viagra for the Brain): 20 mg

Vinpocetine appears to have antioxidant components and supports normal blood flow, which may be beneficial to healthy brain function. Preliminary evidence indicates that vinpocetine supports cerebral circulation and promotes glucose and oxygen consumption by the brain. Vinpocetine's age management benefits may include improved concentration.*


Scientific Studies Which Support Cognitin™ Memory Support Formula :

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