Sharp Mind & Body
Antiaging Combination Pack - 3 VitalOils Omega-3 & 1 Homocysteine
3 Month Supply
It is a long-known fact (VITACOG-Trial 2010, Oxford University, UK ), that Folic Acid, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B12 have the very beneficial effect of slowing down age-related cognitive decline, often ending in Dementia and Alzheimer. One of the main mechanisms discussed for explaining this beneficial effect is that these essential nutrients help the body and our brain to remove accumulating homocysteine. This accumulated homocysteine eventually destroys the affected cells and in the case of the brain, leads to gradual memory loss.
Scientific literature has also shown that a combination of DHA-rich Omega-3 and Vitamin B6, B12 + Folic Acid enhances the cognition protection effect from the B-Vitamins. . This is not very surprising as it is well known that DHA is one of the most abundant polyunsaturated fatty acids in the brain and eyes, responsible for the flow of information from one cell to the other. Over time the DHA in the brain- and eye cells oxidize and lose functionality. However, studies have shown that if we offer our body a sufficient quantity of essential DHA every day, especially as we get older, our brain and eyes can substitute/exchange oxidized DHA with fresh DHA and thus help to maintain their normal function.
ANTIAGING BRAIN & EYES – Combination Pack (3 month supply)
- 1x 90 tablets HomocysteineFormula (Folic Acid [3000 mcg], Vitamin B6 [25 mg] and vitamin B12 [1000 mcg])
- 3x 30 softgel VitalOils1000 (concentrated Omega-3 fatty acids, rich in DHA [750 mg])
Directions: Take 1 tablet HomocysteineFormula + 1 softgel VitalOils1000 together with your dinner with sufficient water.
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