What is Brain Maxima?

Brain Maxima is a powerful new supplement that enhances your cognitive abilities and neurological performance. What this means is, with regular intake, you can expect to think smarter, faster, clearer, and even enjoy greater health and overall well-being. Because the brain is responsible for nearly every biological process that goes on inside you, an enhanced brain – courtesy of Brain Maxima – will enable you to experience a better quality of living, both physically and mentally.

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How does Brain Maxima work?

Brain Maxima is a powerful new supplement that enhances your cognitive abilities and neurological performance. What this means is, with regular intake, you can expect to think smarter, faster, clearer, and even enjoy greater health and overall well-being. Because the brain is responsible for nearly every biological process that goes on inside you, an enhanced brain – courtesy of Brain Maxima – will enable you to experience a better quality of living, both physically and mentally.

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Vitamin C (ascorbic acid):

Vitamin C is an essential antioxidant for your brain, but it also plays a vital role in many different functions in the human body. One particularly important function is the synthesis of the neurotransmitter norepinephrine. Neurotransmitters are critical to brain function, and can affect mood.  It’s also a co-factor in several other important enzyme reactions, including those used in the production of catecholamines, carnitine, cholesterol, amino acids, and certain peptide hormones. Recent studies have also shown that nerve cells in the eye require vitamin C in order to function properly. Vitamin C deficiency can lead to glaucoma – damage to the optic nerve that carries information from your eyes to your brain – and cell burnout in your brain which could theoretically alter your brain’s chemistry, causing health issues ranging from epilepsy to depression.

346px-Thiamin.svgVitamin B1 (Thiamine):

Like vitamin C, vitamin B1 – also known as thiamine – is an important vitamin for brain health. Thiamine is needed daily to preserve brain function. Deficiency of this vitamin can cause lesions to form in the brain, resulting in conditions (such as Korsakoff’s psychosis and Wernicke’s disease) that have adverse effects on the brain’s ability to form new memories. Confusion and changes in mood/personality may also occur, such as a decrease in apathy and emotion.

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Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin):

Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, is yet another vitamin that is critical to nerve development and metabolism of neurotransmitters in the brain. Riboflavin intake helps improve a variety of health conditions, such as anorexia, bulimia, malaria, depression, and a lack of cognitive function, specifically high-level brain function like planning, problem-solving, and reasoning). Apart from enhancing cognitive brain function, riboflavin also helps reduce fatigue and tiredness.

 

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Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin):

Vitamin B12 – specifically cyanocobalamin – is essential in the development of healthy blood cells, nerve cells, and proteins in the body, yet it cannot be produced by the body on its own. Recent studies have proven that this particular vitamin helps to protect against loss of volume of the brain caused by aging. Researchers discovered that people with higher levels of vitamin B12 were six times less likely to have experienced shrinkage of the brain as compared to those with lower vitamin B12 levels. Low levels of vitamin B12 have been linked to a number of conditions, including memory problems, mental confusion, lower levels of concentration, depression, loss of energy, and fatigue.

 

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Zinc AAC:

Zinc is the most abundant trace metal in the brain, and as such plays a considerable role in brain health. Large amounts of zinc is required by the brain for proper functioning, and the production of over 300 enzymes in the brain. Zinc deficiency has been proven to cause mental and neurological impairment, and in more severe cases – particularly during critical periods of cognitive development – even congenital malformations or deficits in attention, memory, learning, and neuropsychological behavior.

Brain Maxima also contains a proprietary formula that further enhances the benefits provided by the essential vitamins mentioned.

PROPRIETARY FORMULA:

230px-Gamma-Aminobuttersäure_-_gamma-aminobutyric_acid.svgGamma Amino Butyric Acid (GABA):

GABA is one of the main inhibitory neurotransmitters in your body. As a neurotransmitter, GABA acts as a molecular bridge between neurons and synapses, and contributes to motor control, vision, and many other cortical functions. GABA promotes relaxation and inhibits excitation, and is used to treat several neurological or psychological disorders, but can also be used to improve sleep cycles and to reduce blood pressure and stress.

200px-Ginkgo_SeedGinkgo Biloba:

Gingko is mainly used as a memory and concentration enhancer because of its nootropic properties. Like vitamin C, Gingko has antioxidant properties that help battle free radicals. Studies have shown that Gingko can significantly improve attention in healthy people, and one such study indicates that such effects were almost immediate, peaking at 2 and a half hours after intake. Apart from enhancing the brain’s cognitive functions, other benefits of Gingko include prevention and/or diminishing of stroke-related brain damage.

Choline-skeletalCholine Bitartrate:

Your body requires choline for a number of vital functions, particularly the transmission of signals in your nervous system and the maintenance of the structures of your cells walls. An essential precursor of the acetylcholine neurotransmitter, choline helps improve learning and memory. While used primarily as treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, choline bitartate can also be used as a preventative measure, enhancing the brain’s cognitive functions by promoting the synthesis of acetylcholine.

210px-Ginseng_in_KoreaPanax Ginseng:

Ginseng is capable of neuron and neuronal network regeneration. It is vital to the treatment and prevention of neurodegenerative diseases where loss of neurons is involved. Possessing antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-apoptotic properties, ginseng protects neurons from cell death, and plays a therapeutic role in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson diseases. Ginseng intake enhances the brain’s overall cognitive functions such as abstract thinking, mental arithmetic skills, and reaction times, and when used in conjunction with gingko extract, ginseng can help improve memory.

800px-Glycine-zwitterion-2D-skeletalL-Glycine:

L-Glycine is is a non-essential amino acid, which means your body is capable of producing it on its own if not enough is available through your diet. While glycine is the smallest amino acid in size, it has a significant role to play in your body, as it is involved in a variety of biochemical reactions. It is critical for the synthesis of healthy DNA and RNA strands (genetic building blocks necessary for the proper functioning of your body’s cells). More importantly, glycine affects the production of neurotransmitters in the brain, which are vital for the maintenance of normal brain function and emotions. Glycine can also be used to improve sleep quality for anyone experiencing difficulty getting a good night’s rest.

200px-Glutathion.svgL-Glutathione:

Glutathione is another non essential nutrient that plays an important role in the production of the basic building blocks in your body. It is considered to be the “Master Antioxidant” that revitalizes all other antioxidants in the body, so it has the vital role in preventing widespread cellular degeneration by stabilizing damage caused by free radicals. The level of glutathione in our cells is a good predictor of how long you’ll live because of this, and also because of its crucial role in the regulation of many of your body’s functions required to sustain life. No other antioxidant is as critical to overall health as glutathione. Where the brain is concerned, many researchers believe that the increase in brain related diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s are caused by a deficiency of glutathione.

200px-Arginin_-_Arginine.svgL-Arginine HCL:

L-Arginine is an essential amino acid that is vital for nitric oxide synthesis. Nitric oxide acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain, which means that a lack of nitric oxide can have adverse effects on the proper functioning of your brain. Preliminary research has shown that L-arginine increased cognitive function in elderly patients suffering from brain-related illnesses. Nitric oxide is also important to the immune system, as it regulates cellular function and supports cardiovascular health.

L-Phenylalanine_DJRDL-Phenylalanine:

Phenylalanine is essential for the production of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps control the brain’s reward and pleasure centers, helping regulate movement and emotional responses. Deficiency in phenylalanine can lead to a condition known as anhedonia, the lack of ability to feel any pleasure or feelings of “lifelessness”. The condition also significantly reduces a person’s attention span. It may also result in brain fatigue, confusion, and lethargy.