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How to Save Your Brain

How to Save Your Brain

Your brain is the control center of your body.

We all know that, but we take for granted that your brain will just keep on working fine for years to come.

It can, and it should…

But there are a number of things that could happen to your brain that’ll cause it to “malfunction” later on.

Our supplement Brain Save gives you ingredients that are able to keep the numerous layers of your brain… from synapses to neurons…from dendrites to hormones…working the way they should.

Today we’ll focus on 2 of the lesser-known ingredients in Brain Save to show you how they work and why you’d be well served to take Brain Save daily.

Just go here to grab your Brain Save or read on to see what exactly it can do for you before making the decision to purchase.

How Huperzine A and PQQ in Brain Save Help Your Brain

The ingredient list for Brain Save is quite extensive, with 10 separate ingredients.

In this article we’ll touch on 2 of the lesser known ingredients, which are Huperzine A and PQQ.

Dr. Wiggy has written about PQQ before, and there’s a significant amount of evidence to indicate this vitamin-like substance will be of great benefit for people who want to protect their brain.

What it does is works directly on the energy-forming part of your cell known as the mitochondria.

PQQ’s antioxidant properties help your mitochondria to make ATP which is the most elemental form of energy your body uses for all of its cellular tasks.

By taking PQQ you give your cells a boost, and your brain cells being some of the most energy hungry are able to work at max capacity because of this.

Huperzine A has a different but equally powerful effect. 

Huperzine A is extracted from club moss, a plant native to the Far East. And it actually contains several different bioactive compounds, all of which seem to help modulate how well your brain’s primary neurotransmitter, acetylcholine, works.

We need acetylcholine to help facilitate transmission of information through your brain’s neural networks. When it’s present in the right quantities and your brain is allowed to use it as designed it helps with memory, alertness, attention, learning, and executive function.

In fact, acetylcholine is one of the most important chemicals in the body for memory. As Neurohacker writes, acetylcholine affects “different types of memory, from working memory to long-term memory, and different phases of memory, from memory formation to consolidation and retrieval. By supporting acetylcholine signaling, huperzine A supports cognitive function.”

You can’t get huperzine A from your diet, so taking a supplement like Brain Save is one of the best ways to feel its full effects.

Of course, these are just 2 of the 10 ingredients in Brain Save, and the other 8 are just as powerful at helping your brain maintain peak performance.

To read more on how they work you can click here.

To get yourself a bottle and start feeling the benefits, you can click here.


Talk soon,
The Team at Health As It Ought To Be

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