Vitamin Mineral Support
The brain is a highly metabolic organ. Twenty-five percent of the total energy produced by the cells in the human body are produced by the brain. This high requirement for energy allows the brain to perform neurological, cognitive and emotive functions.
Iodine and selenium are needed to optimize thyroid hormone production, the hormone that initiates the energy production process in the brain. Low thyroid function is associated with reduced focus, concentration and poor mood.
B vitamins, along with a variety of minerals such as magnesium, zinc, copper and manganese are essential for energy production.
The fat soluble vitamins A, D and E are needed for healthy cognitive function and good mood. Vitamin E and A speci cally help protect the brain from oxidation from harmful cooking oil, widely present in fast food and packaged foods.
How To Use
14 – 18 years: Take one capsule twice daily. One in the morning, one in the early afternoon with food, a few hours before or after taking medication. If swallowing is dif cult, capsule may be opened and contents mixed in water or juice.
Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not use if you have bipolar disorder or bipolar spectrum disorder.
Health Canada Supporting Claims
- Helps support cognitive health and brain function
- Helps support memory
- Helps in resistance to stress
- Healthy metabolism, thyroid function and growth and development