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Kyolic Neuro-Logic 120 Capsules

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Kyolic Neuro-Logic 120 Capsules

Barcode: 023542354417
Size: 120
Form: Capsule

ProductBenefits
  • NeuroLogic is a highly advanced, preventive maintenance formula for your mind. The unique combination of ingredients has been carefully selected by Dr. David Perlmutter, the internationally recognized neurologist. Taken as directed, NeuroLogic offers powerful support for improved memory and mental acuity. 

  • NeuroLogic contains phosphatidylserine, a cutting edge supplement which functions as a building block for neurons. It also includes acetyl-L-carnitine to increase energy to eliminate waste products from brain cells. Similarly, this formula contains Ginkgo biloba extract that has been studied for its ability to improve memory and sharpen mental function.

  • The human brains dry composition is 30% lecithin. Bioavailable lecithin is vital to the brains production of acetylcholine, a key neurotransmitter, and is an important ingredient of NeuroLogic

  • KYOLIC Aged Garlic Extract is also included in NeuroLogic for its proven stimulation of vital neuron-protecting antioxidants and scientifically validated anti-aging effects on the entire body. 

  • No brain health formula could be complete without folic acid and vitamin B12. Together, these two vitamins are critical factors for the preservation of normal brain function. 

    Supplement Facts
    Serving Size 2 capsules
Product Code 354-41
120 capsules
 ,, Amount per serving %Daily Value
Folate as folic acid 200mcg 50%
Vitamin B12 100mcg 1667%
Aged Garlic Extract Powder
Allium sativum bulb
400mg **
Lecithin 200mg **
Ginkgo biloba Extract leaf 60mg **
Phosphatidylserine 30% 50mg **
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 25mg **
Special Garlic Preparation   **Daily Value not established

Other Ingredients
Gelatin, Cellulose, Colloidal Silica and Magnesium Stearate vegetable source .
Store in a cool, dry place with cap tight. Keep out of the reach of children.
Aged Garlic Extract 
Studies have suggested that Aged Garlic Extract and its constituents may improve memory and learning,1-5 enhance the growth of nerves and/or prolong their survival,5,6 and protect the brain from oxidative damage.7 Aged garlic extract may also help to improve survival, according to recent studies.1,2,4,6
    Choline

Studies have found that choline from lecithin is an important building block for all cell membranes and it may provide an essential part of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine .8-10 By providing nutritional support for the neurovascular system, studies have suggested that choline may help to support memory and learning.8,10-13
    Ginkgo biloba

The Ginkgo biloba extract in
NeuroLogic
is a potent 50 1 standardized extract containing 24% ginkgo flavone glycosides and 6% terpene lactones. Studies have suggested that Ginkgo biloba Extract may enhance memory and cognitive function through stimulation of microcirculation14-34 and protect nerves from oxidative damage.31,35-42
    Carnitine
    Carnitine is essential for fatty acid metabolism and for energy production.43 Acetyl-L-Carnitine may provide  nutritional support for the nervous system, especially during stress and aging, and various conditions which induce neuronal damage.44-54
      Phosphatidylserine

    Phosphatidylserine has been shown to improve memory in elderly persons in two multi-center studies55-56 and in various double-blind studies.57-59
      Folic acid

    Folic acid is needed to make RNA an DNA which is vital to all cells. It is critical for the synthesis of red blood cells. A deficiency can cause mental confusion, anemia, and problems with nerve function.60,61 Studies suggest that folic acid may provide nutritional support for the proper development of the nervous system of embryos in their developmental stage, thus preventing neural tube defects.62-64
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      Vitamin B12

    Vitamin B12 is necessary for maintaining healthy blood cells and nerves and for releasing energy from fats and  carbohydrates.65
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