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NaturesPlus AgeLoss® Brain Support -- 60 Capsules

NaturesPlus AgeLoss® Brain Support
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NaturesPlus AgeLoss® Brain Support -- 60 Capsules

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NaturesPlus AgeLoss® Brain Support Description

  • The Energy Supplements®
  • Full Spectrum Brain Support
  • Formulated with Rejuvabolic™ and First Day™ Anti-Aging Systems
  • Tocotrienol/Tocopherol Complex
  • Ginkgo • Lecithin • Phospholipids
  • Over 3000 Total ORAC

Nature's Plus® AgeLoss Brain Support counters the catabolic factors that accelerate brain aging. AgeLoss Brain Support is the first-ever supplement to supply a vast network of neuroprotective antioxidants along with major factors needed for healthy brain function.


Rejuvabolic™ Full Spectrum Antioxidant Blend: Achieving over 3000 total ORAC value, this vibrant complex of antioxidant-packed botanicals such as grape seed, wild bilberry and blueberry, plus key anti-aging compounds trans-resveratrol and quercetin, target age-accelerating radicals.


First Day™ Health Inflammation Response Blend: Antioxdant-dense whole foods and nutrients, such as olive fruit, turmeric and Sierra Mountains Trace Minerals, promote healthy inflammation response. Thione Complex™ supplies N-acetyl-cysteine, which promotes improved brain levels of the anti-aging antioxidant enzyme glutathione.


Lecithin Phospholipids: These critical brain nutrients, including phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylinositlol, promote healthy mental processing, cognitive function clarity and memory. Phosphatidylserine is a building block of brain cells, needed for neurotransmitter production, brain energy and neurogenesis.


CogniPlex™: CogniPlex supplies a brain-power-packed array of neuronutrients, including blood flow boosting ginkgo, 10 mg brain nurturing vinpocetine, and a full 50 mcg of synapse-stimulating huperzine-A.


AgeLoss Organic Gold Standard Potentiating Nutrients (amla, guava, holy basil, lemon, brown rice and curry leaf extract) optimize these age-defying nutrients.


AgeLoss Brain Support provides the restorative nutritional support for peak condition add memory. Powerful nutrition that protects brain cells, encourages neurotransmitter performance and sparks neurogenesis. AgeLoss Brain Support is the most sophisticated anti-aging cognitive supplement ever developed!


Restore Your Life In Full Bloom!

Your health is a rose. Youthful, budding, cognitive activity culminates in a beautiful bloom of peak vitality. But with age, catabolic factors overcome youth's energy: colors fat, life force diminishes, and petals wilt. The secret to prolonging a rose's vitality is to ensure healthy nurturing. Likewise, optimal nutrition is the key to prolonging your youthful vitality. Optimal nurturing can maintain youth in young bodies or reverse the ravages of time in those more mature. Nature's Plus AgeLoss is the first-ever line of anti-aging supplements designed to counter catabolic decline and promote revitalization to restore and prolong your Life in Full Bloom.


Nutritional Support for

Healthy Brain Function, Free Radical Defense, Healthy Immune Function & Healthy Inflammation Response


As a dietary supplement for adults, take 2 capsules once daily.
Free Of
Animal ingredients, gluten, artificial colors, preservatives, yeast, wheat, and milk.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid potentiated by Organic Gold Standard Amla [Emblica officinalis] Fruit)20 mg33%
Thiamin (as thiamine HCl potentiated by Organic Gold Standard Guava, Holy Basil [Ocimum tenuiflorum], Lemon)0.275 mg18%
Niacin (as niacinamide potentiated by Organic Gold Standard Guava, Holy Basil, Lemon)4 mg20%
Folic Acid (potentiated by Organic Gold Standard Guava, Holy Basil, Lemon)50 mcg13%
Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin potentiated by Organic Gold Standard Brown Rice)0.625 mcg10%
Pantothenic Acid (as calcium pantothenate potentiated by Organic Gold Standard Guava, Holy Basil, Lemon)1.5 mg15%
Iron (as gluconate potentiated by Organic Gold Standard Curry Leaf Extract [Muraya koeinigii])3.5 mg19%
Zinc (as citrate potentiated by Organic Gold Standard Guava)2.5 mg17%
AgeLoss Phosphoplipid Complex
(from soy lecithin and sunflower lecithin) supplying:
400 mg*
Phosphatidylserine (PS) min.20 mg*
Phosphatidylcholine (PC) min.14 mg*
Phosphatidylethanolamine (PC) min.8 mg*
Phosphatidylinositol (PI) min.4 mg*
FIRST DAY™ Healthy Inflammation Response Blend
Olive Fruit (std 10% [1.7 mg] hydroxytyrosol), Green Tea (std 95% [47.5 mg] polyphenols, 40% [20 mg] EGCG), Acai Fruit (std concentrate), Turmeric (std 95% [23.7 mg] curcumin), Rhodiola rosea Extract (std min 70% [17.5 mg] polyphenols, 2.8% [0.7 mg] salidroside, 2.3% [ 0.58 mg] rosavin), Grape Extract (std 40% [10 mg] polyphenols, 10% [2.5 mg] trans-resveratrol), Thione Complex™ Proprietary Blend [Glutathione, Selenium (as selenomethionine), N-Acetyl-Cysteine, Grape Seed Extract], Flamxyl™ Live Enzyme Matrix [Bromyl-7 glycosylated bromelain enzyme complex (including bromelain, ananain, comosain, glycoproteins, peroxidase, phosphatase, cellulase), Serrapeptase (fibrinolytic protease enzyme), Coenzyme Q10 (ubiquionone)], Sierra Mountans Trace Minerals
210 mg*
REJUVABOLIC™ Full Spectrum Antioxidant Blend
delivering >3000 Total ORAC, typically: ORAC 564, HORAC 1050, NORAC 36, SORAC 1287, SOAC 215 - Grape Seed Extract, Wild Blueberry, Quercetin (Sophora japonica), Trans-Resveratrol (Polygonum cuspidatum), Wild Bilberry, Cranberry, Tart Cherry, Prune, Rasberry Seed, Strawberry
75 mg*
AgeLoss Tocotrinol/Tocopherol Complex
(from virgin crude palm oil / palm fruits (Elais guineensis)
70 mg*
CogniPlex - Ginkgo Biloba Leaf 60 mg
(stand 24% terpene [14.4 mg] ginkgo flavone-glycosides, 6% [3.6 mg] lactones) Vinpocetine (from Vinca minor) 10 mg, Huperzine-A 50 mcg (Huperzia serrata)
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable cellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, silica, magnesium stearate, amla‡, holy basil‡, lemon‡, brown rice‡, curry leaf extract‡ and water. ‡Organic

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Worried About Your Memory? Stimulate Your Brain!

Where did I leave my keys? What is her name again? The word is on the tip of my tongue . . . just give me a second.

Forgetfulness happens. Everyone has moments in which memory fails them, but people often feel their memory is deteriorating more quickly as they age. Mistakes they might have laughed off when they were younger now cause them concern.

Woman sitting with Teacup & Book in Lap Reading to Support Healthy Memory |

Mental processing can decline over time due to certain normal biological changes in the brain. It might take longer to learn new information and to remember it later. However, significant memory loss is not an inevitable consequence of aging. In fact, it is often the belief in this myth that keeps many people from even trying to remember things. So what is “nobrainrmal” forgetfulness, and when is it time to worry about your memory?

Normal age-related memory changes can be frustrating, but they are occasional, and they don’t severely affect your life. Here are some examples of normal memory glitches, from the National Institute on Aging:

  • Forgetting where you left things, such as glasses or cell phone
  • Substituting one loved one’s name for another’s
  • Forgetting the details of something you just read
  • Forgetting why you walked into a room
  • Becoming more distracted

In contrast, dementia (such as that caused by Alzheimer’s disease) includes significant memory loss along with other symptoms, like increased confusion or disorientation. It interferes with your ability to function independently. Examples include:

  • Difficulty performing tasks you’ve done for years, such as preparing a simple meal, paying bills or taking care of your hygiene
  • Inability to follow directions while walking or driving, or becoming lost and confused in familiar settings
  • Frequently forgetting or misusing words, or having words come out garbled
  • Repeating sentences over and over while telling the same story
  • Having difficulty making choices that you used to make easily
  • Displaying poor judgment or socially inappropriate behavior

One important difference between normal memory change and dementia is how aware you are of the problem. If you can identify and describe instances in which your memory failed you, it is often normal forgetfulness. If you can’t, it may be a warning sign of dementia. It’s also important to remember that one sign or symptom alone does not indicate a significant problem, but if friends or family are concerned, it may be time to consult your physician.

What can you do to prevent even normal age-related memory loss and boost your brainpower? Build these simple activities into every day to keep your brain (and your body) healthy:

  1. Staying active both physically and mentally is important for brain health. Physical activity helps the brain by keeping blood flowing and increasing chemicals that protect the brain. It counters some of the reduction in brain connections that occur as a part of aging, according to the Mayo Clinic. A study in the October 2010 issue of the journal Neurology indicated that walking six to nine miles per week during middle age can prevent brain shrinkage and memory loss later in life. Other types of exercise are great, too—particularly free-form dancing, where quick decisions keep you, and your brain, on your toes, according to a June 2003 study in the New England Journal of Medicine.
  2. Make healthy choices. A study in the August 2008 issue of Neurology found that eating good foods, including fruits and vegetables, nuts and meats rich in omega-3 fats at least three times per week could help prevent memory loss and stroke.
  3. Teach an old dog new tricks. Try new activities like Sudoku, online brain teasers or crossword puzzles. Learn new recipes or a foreign language, and try a new driving route.
  4. Read, read, read. Read anything, but particularly things that challenge your brain. Quiz yourself later on what you read.
  5. Enjoy your hobbies. Play games, participate in computer activities and do crafts such as pottery or quilting. People who engage in these types of activities are 30 to 50 percent less at risk of developing memory loss compared to people who do not, according to a study presented by Yonas Geda, MD, a Mayo Clinic neuropsychiatrist, at the American Academy of Neurology’s Annual Meeting in Seattle in 2009.
  6. Turn off the TV. The same study found that people who watched more than seven hours a day of television in later years were 50 percent more likely to develop memory loss than people who watched less than seven hours a day.
  7. Stay social. Additionally, the study found that people who engage in social activities in middle age are 40 percent less likely to develop mild cognitive impairment than those who did not participate in those activities.
  8. Tackle a project. Design and plan projects for your home, take responsibility for a volunteer project or choose an in-depth subject to learn more about.

The rule of thumb when it comes to your memory and overall brain health, is use it or lose it. The younger you are when you focus on engaging your brain, and the more often you seek mental stimulation, the lower the risk of developing memory impairment later in life.


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