Sara is a community activist for Memory Health®. After taking the formula at the recommendation of a friend, she became hooked on the boost of focus, clarity, energy and creativity she felt. The more she learned about the powerful ingredients in Memory Health, the more she felt compelled to share this information with others!
Let’s talk about BRAIN FOOD, more specifically the Omega-3s known as DHA and EPA. These are essential fatty acids required for rebuilding new cells. In fact, they are often referred to as the building blocks for healthy cell membranes. These cell membranes provide critical support for the brain connections that support healthy memory, cognition, and emotional well-being.
Omega-3s are often referred to as essential fats, meaning our bodies can't produce them and we must get them through our diet. Foods high in omega-3 include cold water fish like salmon.
Fun Fact: The Memory Health formula is fortified with the highest quality omega-3s [500mg DHA and 150mg EPA], personally sourced from the waters in Northern Scandinavia!
Omega-3s are vital nutrients for maintaining healthy brain function and have been linked to healthy aging throughout life, including pregnancy and early life. They are also used to fight inflammation in the brain. This is especially important today as our bodies are constantly subject to sources of stress, often leading to chronic inflammation over time. Finding natural ways to reduce inflammation, such as incorporating omega-3s into your diet, is more important than ever.
1. Omega-3s can promote brain health during pregnancy and early life.
2. Omega-3s can fight inflammation in the brain and body.
3. Omega-3s can fight depression and anxiety.
4. Omega-3s can fight age-related mental decline and Alzheimer's Disease.
5. Omega-3s can improve eye health, skin health, and brain health.
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The Memory Health formula was developed and tested in clinical trials on both diseased and healthy brains. The results of these trials showed improvement in cognition, memory, mood, and overall brain health across both segments of healthy and diseased brains.
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