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Bacopa Monnieri | 300 mg

Contribuye a mejorar la memoria y concentración y a mantener un equilibrio en las actividades a nivel cerebral. 1 2

Té verde | 150 mg

Sus componentes previenen la disfunción cognitiva previniendo déficits de memoria. 3 4

Tomillo | 175 mg

Contribuye a generar un estado de calma y presenta propiedades antidepresivas. 5

Vitamina A | 500 mcg

Coadyuva al buen desarrollo y funcionamiento del cerebro y gracias a sus propiedades antienvejecimiento puede prevenir la pérdida de la memoria. 6 7 8

Vitamina B1 | 15 mg

Participa en la producción de energía, creación de ADN y en la liberación de dopamina. 9 10 Puede mejorar los síntomas relacionados con el Alzheimer. 11

Vitamina B6 | 10 mg

Coadyuva en la creación de sustancias en el cerebro que mejoran la memoria de reconocimiento, discriminación contextual y funcionamiento cognitivo. 12 13

Vitamina B12 | 12 mcg

Participa en la formación de metionina. La metionina puede prevenir trastornos como Alzheimer, Parkinson y deterioro cognitivo. 14 15

Vitamina C | 75 mg

Coadyuva en el buen desempeño de tareas que requieren atención, concentración, velocidad, memoria, reconocimiento y a reducir el estrés. 16 17

Zinc | 15 mg

Elemento necesario para una regulación correcta de las emociones, el aprendizaje y la memoria. 18

Información Nutrimental

 

Tamaño de la porción: 1 cápsula (0.800 g)

Porciones por envase: 30

Porción de: 800 mg

Contenido energético: 3 kcal / 12 KJ

Cont. energético por envase: 83 Kcal

Grasas Total: 0 g

Grasa saturada: 0 g

Grasa trans: 0 mg

Carbohidratos disponibles: 1 g

Azúcares: 0 g

Azúcares añadidos: 0 g

Fibra Dietética: 0 g

Proteínas: 0 g

Sodio: 4 mg

Vitamina A (Retinol): 500 mg

Vitamina B1 (Tiamina HCI): 15 mg

Vitamina B6 (Piridoxina HCI): 10 mg

Vitamina B12 (Cianocobalamina): 12 mg

Vitamina C ( Ácido Ascórbico): 75 mg

Zinc (Óxido de Zinc): 15 mg

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