Forté Brain provides the necessary nutrients that play a significant role in both short-term and long-term brain health. Research has highlighted the potential impact of nutritional factors and micronutrients on the brain, cognitive performance, and even the development of Alzheimer’s disease. The nervous system relies on a constant supply of glucose and nearly all of the essential nutrients for effective functioning. With over 25 vitamins, proteins, and minerals, Forté Brain gives you exactly what you need for healthy brain function.
Forté Brain Function:
- Contains key nutrient needed to support healthy brain function
- Prevents age-related cognitive decline
- Reduces the risk of dementia
Usage: Take one packet each morning and evening or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Pair with Forté Amino Acid for improved results. 30-day pill supply.
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Aging is associated with a gradual loss of function, including a slow decline in memory and other cognitive processes. However, this decline may not be entirely due to age; it may also be linked to nutritional insufficiencies that affect brain performance. Forté Brain is a multi-nutrient supplement designed to support short and long term brain health. In addition to B complex vitamins that are essential for normal brain function, Forté Brain contains other key nutrients that have been shown to play critical roles in brain development and the prevention or reversal of the cognitive decline associated with aging.
Vitamin A: plays a vital role in immune function, bone growth, and the health of skin cells.
Vitamin C: needed for the growth and repair of tissues in the body.
Vitamin D: vital to maintaining normal calcium and phosphorus blood levels needed for strong,healthy bones.
Vitamin E: helps maintain healthy immune function. Also plays a role in blood clotting, commonly referred to as a “natural blood thinner”.
Vitamin K: contributes to the regular, normal process of blood clotting when required by the body. Also affects the cycle of healthy bone turnover.
Calcium: component of teeth and bones, important for the contraction of muscles, and plays a role in proper nerve function.
Iron: important in maintaining healthy blood cells and carrying oxygen to all parts of the body.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin): aids in the breakdown and use of carbohydrates and amino acids, thus creating energy for physical activity.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): without B2, your body would not be able to produce energy as effectively.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin): similar to Vitamin B2, B3 helps the body produce energy and maintain other important functions.
Vitamin B6: helps metabolize amino acids and glycogen.
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid): essential in energy production and storing fats.
Folic Acid: helps produce and maintain healthy blood cells, allowing the blood to carry oxygen throughout the body and fight infection.
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin): important factor for normal blood cell formation and brain/nerve functions.
Biotin: plays a key role in the metabolism of lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates, and other enzymatic reactions.
Phosphorus: involved in essentially every transfer of energy within the body. Also a component of bone and teeth enamel.
Iodine: crucial in the synthesis of thyroid hormones.
Magnesium: helps many (hundreds in fact) enzymes function properly, assisting with body energy production, DNA production, and others.
Zinc: helps the body grow and develop properly and is used to make proteins and DNA. Also shown to accelerate wound healing.
Selenium: a component of many of the body’s protective antioxidants.
Copper: plays an important role in red blood cell formation.
Manganese: critical in the breakdown of carbohydrates, amino acids, and cholesterol.
Chromium: essential part of metabolic processes that regulate blood sugar and in the conversion from glucose into energy.
Boron: important for building strong bones, aids in strengthening muscles, and improves mental processing and muscle coordination.
Potassium: essential for the function of all living cells. Plays an important role in regulation of fluids and hydration.