CogniForce provides the key nutrients for cognitive function and brain health maintenance. A standardized root extract of the adaptogenic herb ashwagandha known as Sensoril, and L-theanine work to reduce stress hormones and promote more clear and relaxed thinking. Ginkgo leaf extract increases blood flow to the brain, leading to more responsive and accurate memory. A complex of B-vitamins promotes normal metabolism of homocysteine. Multiple clinical trials have shown that maintaining healthy homocysteine levels reduces brain volume loss that occurs naturally with aging.*
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Nourish your mind with these 10 brain-feeding nutrients

Let your brain feast on the 10 nutrients it desperately craves.

The Cogniforce brain-feeding supplement is specifically designed to promote...

  • Faster memory recall*
  • Heightened awareness*
  • Enhanced concentration*

You might assume these things are only affected by age.

However, with the correct nutrition you can help reverse the effects of aging and keep your brain running like new … effectively rebuilding your brain.*

The first ingredient, Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALC), is a neurotransmitter building block which provides a wide range of brain health benefits.*

An Italian study showed that elderly people who took ACL performed significantly better on memory tests.*

That’s because they add to the deep mass of neurons which control memory. This is the first ingredient your brain gorges on.

But Cogniforce still hasn’t dished up the second course.

Feel the effects of L-theanine - shown to increase your alpha brain-wave activity. These are the “feel-good” brain-waves you experience when you’re relaxed, alert and clear.* Oxford University noticed it has effect after just 30 minutes.

And leave room for Cogniforce’s Gingko Leaf Extract. This remarkable ingredient is linked with increased blood-flow to the brain. It is also shown to boost microcirculation - helping carry these nutrients through its tiniest capillaries. Rounding out the formula are several B vitamins associated with improved memory performance: Folic Acid, Vitamin B6 and B12.*

Is your brain hungry for these nutrients?

Why not try Cogniforce and see for yourself?

If you don’t feel as sharp, focused and alert as you’ve ever been, simply return the bottle for a full refund.*

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