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Science is quickly developing the technologies needed to radically extend the quality human lifespan. Meanwhile, we need to stay healthy long enough to take advantage of these scientific breakthroughs.
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Brain Health Kit

Healthy Eyes, Brain and Nervous System

  • Reverse age-related cognitive decline
  • Improve memory and learning
  • Increase circulation in the brain
  • Preserve and nourish a healthy mind

Do you want to preserve and strengthen your mind?

We have combined three products into one powerful kit to help enhance your brain and mental acuity. The ingredients work synergistically to improve and preserve a healthy mind, even as you age.

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Memory Support Casules

Memory Support - A custom blend of ingredients designed to promote alertness and memory.

  • Ginkgo biloba improves cerebral circulation, fights short-term memory loss
  • Phosphatidylserine (PS) helps reverse age-related cognitive decline
  • Vinpocetine® is a powerful memory enhancer that increases ATP production in braincells                                           
  • DMAE elevates mood and increases physical energy
ALA/ALC Carnosine GSE Casules

Anti-Aging Complex (ALA/ALC/Carnosine/GSE) - Designed to fight aging, this formula provides a significant amount of natural protection in just two capsules.

  • Increase energy
  • Improves learning and memory
  • Fight biochemical causes of aging
  • Formulated with ALC, the ‘smart nutrient’
Astaxanthin Capsules

Astaxanthin - Supports a healthy brain and nervous system.

  • Proven to cross the blood-brain barrier
  • Minimize ‘clutter’ in the brain
  • Promote healthy cognitive function
  • Neuron-protective properties

All of these products are vegetarian, natural, and produced in accordance with GMP guidelines for the utmost in quality and potency.

This scientifically-based group of products is designed to:

  • Nourish and protect the brain
  • Optimize your cognitive health
  • Protect your mind from biochemical aging

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Learn more about Ray Kurzweil’s new book, How to Create a Mind: The Secret of Human Thought Revealed

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Memory Support
Our custom blend of ingredients designed to promote alertness and memory.

Ginkgo biloba
Improves cerebral circulation, mental alertness, and overall brain functioning.
Fights short-term memory loss, slow thinking and reasoning, depression, dizziness, ringing in the ears, and headaches.

Phosphatidylserine (PS)
Helps reverse age-related cognitive decline
Enhances brain function

Vinpocetine is a powerful memory enhancer derived from the periwinkle plant. It facilitates brain metabolism by improving cerebral blood flow, increasing brain cell ATP production (for energy) and increases utilization of glucose and oxygen. 

Dubbed the ‘smart nutrient’
Improves learning and memory

Provides energy for the brain
Helps improve mood and mental performance

Elevates mood, improves memory and learning, increases intelligence, extends life span of laboratory animals and increases physical energy.
Increases energy and supports healthy sleeping patterns

Increase mental acuity and helps maintain intellect and memory

Our formula is vegetarian approved.

Anti-aging Complex (ALA/ALC/Carnosine/GSE)
Specifically designed to provide a significant amount of antioxidant and anti-aging protection in just two capsules.

Significant dosages of the powerful antioxidants, alpha lipoic acid and grape seed extract are combined with acetyl-l-carnitine (a potent source of energy) to produce a commanding formulation.

The cross-link breaker, carnosine, helps balance the formula and ward against several of the known biochemical causes of aging.

This custom blend can play a valuable role in anyone’s anti-aging supplement regimen.

Our formula is vegetarian approved.

Supports a healthy brain and nervous system.

Astaxanthin is a unique natural antioxidant that has been proven to cross the blood-brain and blood-retina barrier. It supports cognitive function and helps minimize ‘clutter’ in the brain.

Certain compounds have been found in higher concentrations in individuals with cognitive failings. Amyloid-β (Aβ), one such compound, is a web-like material that appears to build up in the brain more quickly in individuals with cognitive impairment. Accumulation of phospholipid hydroperoxides (PLOOH) has also been associated with dementia. These compounds form plaques that disrupt cell membranes and signaling pathways, interfering with normal brain function. The presence of these compounds does not always directly correlate to the development of cognitive disease, but the association is being studied for further understanding.

Carotenoids such as astaxanthin may help minimize the accumulation of the compounds that contribute to brain plaque. Astaxanthin has been linked to healthy memory and cognitive function due to its neuron-protective qualities.

Our formula is vegetarian approved.

1/15/13 - E.P.

I absolutely love your products especially the Curcumall! I could feel a difference in my body right away.

10/4/11 - Just watched Transcendent Man...

“Just watched Transcendent Man and would like to change my life style.” -A.H.

7/29/11 - You gentlemen are the future.

“You gentlemen are the future. Thanks for the inspiration.” -H.G.

7/12/11 - I don't think I'll place a limit on my body.

“My goal was once to live to 120. After seeing Transcendent Man, I don't think I'll place a limit on my body.” -M.M.

5/18/11 - Cognitive Improvement

"I am currently taking Memory Support and will continue as I have noticed cognitive improvement." -Brian H.


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