It is no coincidence that the acronym for Standard American Diet is SAD. But we understand that as a busy parent, athlete, student, or professional, it is hard to give your brain all the nutrition it needs. Taking our formula has you covered.
Why Take Cover Three
Made by a doctor to address his own family's struggle with brain health. So you know it's good.
Tasty & Liquid
No pills, powders, stirring or mixing needed. It's so tasty even picky little kids love it.
Simple & Easy
It's good at room temp, from the fridge, or the freezer. So our packets can go where you go. Luggage, gym, or classroom ready.
Six powerful brain foods. In one convenient packet.
The Cover Three formula does not contain all of the foods showcased; they are used to show where the ingredients are commonly found. Check our ingredients for allergy information.
Fosters mental balance
Helps cognitive health
We believe supplementing is critical to brain health and protection
The neuroprotectants in Cover Three support the brain on all three levels
Defend your brain. Before, during, or after the season.
Issues do not have to define you. Regenerate from the past.
Perform & Enjoy
Keep up your pace. Get rid of giant pills, chalky powders and sugary vitamins.
Maximize your mental capacity so you can soak up, retain, and apply knowledge.
Redefining Brain Health & Protection
It's not a pill, not a sugary gummy, not a drink that you need to stir or refrigerate. It’s not full of sugar and small doses of frivolous ingredients. It is a ready-to-drink, doctor-formulated, 6-in-1 blend of nutrition specifically designed to support brain health.
The US National Library of Medicine contains over 30,000 papers on the patented ingredients in Cover Three. Our doctor simplified the steps to research, acquire, and formulate them so you don’t have to. Cheers to your brain health.
Cover Three Success Stories
"The product makes you feel amazing and tastes great too. I just started taking it and I feel fantastic. Highly recommend."
Tarek El Mousa
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