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Doctor-Formulated Brain Nutrition for Athletes

Your performance is under attack

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Speed + Power
Attention + Memory
Mood + Well Being

Brain-or-ade didn’t sound good, but that’s the idea

Our Solution

Cover Three Formula Supplements
Doctor formulated, optimal doses, and patented icon Doctor formulated, optimal doses, and patented You don’t have to be frustrated chasing perfect nutrition or low quality alternatives
Simple, portable packets, and ready to drink icon Simple, portable packets, and ready to drink Avoid tedious mixing, stirring, and prep work
Tastes like an orange creamsicle icon Tastes like an orange creamsicle Formulas taste bad

What makes it work

Active Ingredients
    Stimulates rebuilding
  • Curcumin
    Fights inflammation
  • Transresveratrol
    Supports neuroprotection
  • Alpha - GPC
    Helps cognitive health
  • Vitamin C
    Fosters mental balance
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"Anti-inflammatory drugs can inhibit muscle growth"
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"The effect of 6 days...A-GPC treatment resulted in significantly greater isometric (strength)"
2. Bellar D, LeBlanc N, Campbell B. The effect of 6 days of alpha glycerylphosphorylcholine on isometric strength. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (2015) 12:42
"Saturation of brain cells with omega-3 fatty acids, in particular docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), may facilitate healing...thereby counteracting negative long-term results."
3. Bryhn M. Prevention of Sports Injuries by Marine Omega-3 Fatty Acids. J of the American College of Nutrition, Vol. 34, No. S1, 60–61 (2015)
"...Data indicate that football athletes may be deficient in the Omega-3 fatty acids, DHA and EPA...football athletes may be at increased risk for cardiovascular (issues) in later life."
4. Anzalone A, Carbuhn A, Jones L, Gallop A, Smith A, Johnson P, Swearingen L, Moore C, Rimer E, McBeth J, Harris W, Kirk M, Gable D, Askow A, Jennings W, Oliver J. The Omega-3 Index in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Collegiate Football Athletes. J of Athletic Training 2019;54(1):7–11
"...American football athletes likely require a higher dose of DHA than the average population. (Data) suggest(s) a neuroprotective effect of DHA."
5. Oliver J, Jones M, Kirk M, Gable D, Repshas J, Johnson T, Aandreasson U, Norgren N, Blennow K, and Zetterberg H. Effect of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)...in American Football. Official Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine. 2016 files/coverthree_column_image.png icon