Clinical research has found that Cognizin supports the health of mitochondria, the powerhouses within cells that actually produce the brain’s energy.* Healthy mitochondrial function results in higher levels of ATP—the body’s main energy storage molecule—in brain cells.
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_ Provides the compound needed for the synthesis of phosphatidylcholine, a major constituent of brain tissue* 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
_ Enhances communication between neurons to support visual function* 6, 7
_ Helps protect neural structures from accumulating free-radical damage* 4
_ Supports brain performance by enhancing metabolism and healthy brain activity* 6,8,9
_ Assists in sustaining healthy mitochondria in the brain, the energy factories inside brain cells* 6, 8, 9
_ Supports healthy brain metabolism by nourishing and maintaining brain cell phospholipids* 3, 4, 5
_ Helps maintain normal levels of acetylcholine, a chemical that helps regulate memory and cognitive function* 6, 10
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