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Vision First Neuro Focus Cognitive and Executive Support Product

Introducing Vision FirstNeuro Focus, the newest product from the renowned Vision First line of supplements! This high-quality supplement combines herbal extracts, amino acids, and other nutraceuticals to provide your brain with an all-natural upgrade. With it, you can expect heightened focus, improved cognitive functioning, and balanced stress levels, thanks to its targeted nourishment.

The power behind Vision First Neuro Focus lies in its formula of natural ingredients – specifically chosen for their neural support and ability to work together in synergy. The combination of herbs, nutrients, and adaptogens that make up the base of this highly effective supplement ensures maximum efficacy in promoting optimal mental performance. Amino acids like phenylalanine, tyrosine, and serotonin are included to encourage healthy neurotransmitter production, while adaptogens like Rhodiola Rosea support long-term relaxation and balance.

Whether you’re looking to improve concentration or reduce stress levels at work or school, Vision First Neuro Focus is an excellent choice for holistic neural support. For best results when using this supplement regularly as part of a balanced lifestyle approach that includes proper diet and exercise for maximum benefit. Experience clinical strength cognitive enhancement with Vision First Neuro Focus today!

Executive Function and Support Matrix

Vitamin A (as Beta-Carotene) - Vitamin A plays a vital role in the creation of certain cells, including B cells and T cells, which play key roles in immune responses. Deficits in this nutrient result in increased levels of pro-inflammatory molecules that impair immune function and response. (1)(2)

Carotenoids protect your body from free radicals, which are highly reactive molecules that cause oxidative stress. Chronic conditions such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and cognitive decline have been linked to oxidative stress. (3)

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid) - In order to form blood vessels, cartilage, muscles, and collagen in bones, your body needs vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Your body also needs vitamin C to heal itself.The antioxidant vitamin C protects your cells from free radicals - molecules formed when your body breaks down food or is exposed to sunlight or X-rays. (4)

Calcium (as Calcium Carbonate) – In addition to its role in maintaining bone and tooth health, calcium plays an important role in blood clotting, muscle contractions, and nerve transmission. According to several research institutions, calcium regulates both the recovery from light exposure and the adaptation to light levels of light-sensitive cells in the retina. (5)(6)

Iron (as Ferrous Fumarate) - Hemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells, is made by iron. Oxygen is carried throughout your body by these red blood cells. Another 25% of iron is stored in a blood protein called ferritin, which can also be found in other essential proteins. (7)

Vitamin D (as Cholecalciferol) - Your body absorbs calcium from vitamin D and maintains strong bones throughout your life. The sun's UV rays stimulate your body’s production of vitamin D. Fish, eggs, and fortified dairy products are also good sources of the vitamin. Vitamin D may contribute to good immune function and reduce the risk of autoimmune diseases when consumed in adequate amounts. (8)

Vitamin E (as DL Alpha Tocopheyl Acetate) - In addition to being an essential nutrient for vision, reproduction, and blood, brain, and skin health, Vitamin E is also an antioxidant. Some research suggests that supplementing with vitamin E may help reduce some of these heart disease risk factors in some people, which is encouraging. (9)

Vitamin B1 (as Thiamine Monoitrate) - There are numerous ways in which vitamin B1, or thiamin, can help prevent complications in the nervous system, brain, muscles, heart, stomach, and intestines. Additionally, it is also involved in the flow of electrolytes into and out of nerve and muscle cells throughout the body. (10)

Vitamin B2 (as Riboflavin) - In order to digest proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, vitamin B2 is needed. As a vital component of the body's energy supply, it plays a crucial role in maintaining it. As a result of riboflavin, carbohydrates are converted into adenosine triphosphate (ATP). It is known that the human body produces ATP from food, and that ATP produces energy as the body requires it. Muscles store energy in the form of the compound ATP, which is crucial for the storage of energy. (11)

Vitamin B3 (as Niacin) - More than 400 enzymes in the body use niacin as a coenzyme for various reactions in the body, making it an essential coenzyme. There are a number of ways in which Niacin can help to convert nutrients into energy, create cholesterol and fat, create and repair DNA, as well as to exert antioxidant effects. (12)

Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCL) - Vitamin B6 plays a very important role in the metabolism of protein, fat, and carbohydrate, as well as the creation of red blood cells and neurotransmitters.  Several studies suggest that vitamin B6 may be able to prevent a number of eye diseases, especially age-related macular degeneration, which is a type of vision loss that affects older adults. In recent years, there has been a growing body of research linking high levels of circulating homocysteine to an increased risk of age-related macular degeneration.  As vitamin B6 contributes to the reduction of blood homocysteine levels, getting enough of this vitamin may reduce your risk of developing this disease in the future. (13)(14)

Folate - B-vitamin folate is naturally present in a number of foods and is one of the most important vitamins. DNA and other genetic material are made by your body using folate. For your cells to divide, your body also needs folate. (15)

Biotin - The body uses biotin to produce fatty acids and glucose as fuel. Aside from that, it plays an important role in the metabolism of amino acids and carbohydrates. (16)

Vitamin B5 (as D-Calcium Pantothenate) - One of the most important vitamins for human health is vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid. It helps you convert food into energy and makes blood cells. Vitamin B5 is one of the eight B vitamins. Your body uses B vitamins to convert protein, carbohydrates, and fats into energy. (17)

Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide) - A major role of this molecule is to act as a cofactor in the biochemical reactions that enzymes continuously perform. Your body uses it for more than 600 reactions. Some of these include converting food into energy, creating new proteins from amino acids, and helping create and repair DNA and RNA in the body as some of the most important. (18)

Low magnesium levels are linked to depression, as magnesium plays an essential role in brain function and mood. A study of more than 8,800 people found that those with the lowest magnesium intake had a 22% greater risk of depression. Keeping your heart healthy and strong requires magnesium. It has been shown that magnesium supplements can lower high blood pressure levels, which may be a risk factor for heart disease. There are many symptoms associated with migraine headaches, including pain, nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and noise. Researchers believe migraine sufferers are more likely to be magnesium deficient than others. According to several studies, magnesium supplements may even prevent and treat migraine headaches. (19)(20)(21)

Zinc (as Zinc Oxide) - You need zinc to maintain a healthy immune system and metabolism. You can also use zinc to heal wounds and improve your sense of taste and smell. (22)

Selenium (Selenium Amino Acid Chelate) - The presence of antioxidants such as selenium helps reduce oxidative stress by reducing the number of free radicals in the body. Due to the association between low selenium levels and heart disease, a diet rich in selenium may be beneficial for your heart. Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and Alzheimer's disease are believed to be caused by oxidative stress. Selenium levels in the blood of patients with Alzheimer's disease have been found to be lower in several studies. (23)(24)(25)

Copper (as Copper Gluconate) - Copper is essential for survival. It is found in all body tissues as a constituent of red blood cells, nerve cells, and the immune system. In addition to helping the body form collagen and absorb iron, it also plays a role in energy production. (26)

Manganese (as Manganese Amino Acid Chelate) - Among the trace minerals, manganese is one of the most important. Humans need a small amount of it to function properly. Many bodily functions depend on manganese, including the metabolism of amino acids, cholesterol, glucose, and carbohydrates. Additionally, it promotes bone growth, blood clotting, and inflammation reduction. A powerful antioxidant enzyme called superoxide dismutase (SOD) is formed by manganese. Free radicals are molecules that damage or destroy cells in the body. Antioxidants protect the body from these molecules. (27)

Chromium (as Chromium Picolinate) - In addition to improving insulin sensitivity, chromium also improves protein, carbohydrate, and lipid metabolism. People need very small amounts of this metallic element. (28)

Molybdenum - The body synthesizes molybdopterin, a cofactor required for four enzymes: sulfite oxidase, xanthine oxidase, aldehyde oxidase, and mitochondrial amidoxime-reducing component (mARC). The role of molybdenum in breaking down sulfites is particularly important. Occasionally, sulfites are added as a preservative to foods. They can cause diarrhea, skin problems, or even breathing difficulties if they build up in the body. (29)(30)

Potassium (as Potassium Citrate) - It is an essential mineral that is required by all tissues in the body. As an electrolyte, it activates various cell and nerve functions by carrying a small electrical charge. Many foods and supplements contain potassium. The main function of this substance in our bodies is to maintain normal levels of fluid inside our cells. In addition to supporting normal blood pressure, potassium also helps muscles contract. (31)

Choline (as Choline Bitartrate) - Some foods naturally contain choline, which can also be obtained as a dietary supplement. Many metabolic steps require methyl groups, which are found in choline. Choline is necessary for the body to synthesize the phospholipids phosphatidylcholine and sphingomyelin. Choline is also necessary to produce acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that affects memory, mood, muscle control, and other brain functions. In addition, choline modulates gene expression, cell membrane signaling, lipid transport and metabolism, and early brain development. (32)

Neuro Support and Executive Function Blend

DMAE Bitartrate (Dimethylaminoethanol) - The body naturally produces DMAE. As well as salmon, sardines, and anchovies, it's found in fatty fish. DMAE increases the production of acetylcholine (Ach), a neurotransmitter that helps nerve cells communicate. Acetylcholine regulates many brain functions, such as REM sleep, muscle contractions, and pain. (33)

L-Glutamine HCl - Glutamine plays a crucial role in the immune system. White blood cells and certain intestinal cells use it as a fuel source. Injuries, burns, or surgeries can lower blood levels of Glutamine. In order to get more glutamine, the body may break down protein stores, such as muscle, if glutamine is needed more than it can produce. (34)

Glutamine Acid - The cells lining the intestines require glutamine for fuel; without it, these cells may die. (35)

Green Tea Extract (Camellia sinesis) (leaf) - Green tea extract is primarily composed of polyphenol antioxidants called catechins. The most researched catechin in green tea, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), provides the most health benefits. (36)

Bacopa Extract (Bacopa monnieri) (Whole herb) - Ayurvedic herbal remedy Bacopa monnieri is used for a variety of ailments. It may boost brain function, treat ADHD symptoms, and reduce human stress and anxiety. In addition, animal and test-tube studies have shown that it reduces inflammation and blood pressure, as well as possessing anticancer properties. Bacopa monnieri may prevent anxiety and stress. Adaptogenic herbs increase your body's resistance to stress. Bacopa monnieri reduces anxiety and stress by elevating mood and reducing cortisol, a hormone closely associated with stress. (37)(38)

Inositol - In your brain, inositol affects the processes that make neurotransmitters. Inositol affects several neurotransmitters, including serotonin. Mood and behavior are affected by this molecule in your body. Studies have examined whether inositol supplements can improve symptoms associated with conditions that affect serotonin and the brain. Anxiety disorders include panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). (39)

N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine - Tyrosine helps make several key substances starting with dopamine which regulates your reward and pleasure centers. This chemical is critical for memory and motor skills. It also helps produce adrenaline and noradrenaline, the hormones responsible for the fight-or-flight response to stressful situations. (40)

By decreasing neurotransmitters, stress can negatively affect your reasoning, memory, attention, and knowledge. Due to a decline in neurotransmitters, rodents exposed to cold (an environmental stressor) had impaired memory. Supplementing with Tyrosine showed that a decline in neurotransmitters was reversed and their memory was restored to an extent. (41)

Bilberry Fruit Extract (Vaccinium mytillus) - You can protect your body against disease and damage by eating bilberries, which are rich in antioxidants. Berries, including blueberries, are among the foods with the highest antioxidant levels. Bilberries likely share the same properties as blueberries due to their close relationship. The benefits of bilberries are most commonly associated with their purported ability to improve vision, particularly at night.

A few small studies investigated the effects of these berries on night vision, but the findings did not support this claim. (42)(43)

GABA (Gamma-aminobutyric acid) - The calming effect of GABA is well known. Anxiety, stress, and fear are thought to be controlled by it. Multiple neurological and mental health conditions and other medical conditions are associated with decreased GABA levels. (44)

Grape Seed Extract (Vitis vinifera L.)/ Grape Seed Extract (Citrus paradise)- Grape seed extract has been studied for its effects on high blood pressure in several studies. Blood flow may be improved by GSE, according to some studies. In a study of 17 healthy postmenopausal women, 400 mg of GSE had blood-thinning effects, potentially reducing the risk of blood clots. Atherosclerosis, or the buildup of fatty plaque in your arteries, is significantly increased by the oxidation of LDL cholesterol. Several animal studies have found that grape seed extract supplements reduce LDL oxidation triggered by high-fat diets. (45)(46)

Neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's are thought to be delayed or reduced by flavonoids' antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Gallic acid is a component of grape seed extract, which has been shown to inhibit beta-amyloid peptides' formation of fibrils. Alzheimer's disease is characterized by clusters of beta-amyloid proteins in the brain. (47)

Olive Leaf (Olea europaea L.) - Oleuropein, a polyphenol found in olive tree leaves, may help prevent weight gain. Researchers administered oleuropein orally to obese rats in a 2016 study. Olive leaf extract may help lower cholesterol levels, according to preliminary studies. Rats were fed either a high-cholesterol diet or a normal diet in a 2015 study. Both groups of rats received olive leaf extract as well. (48)(49)

Cinnamon Bark Extract (Cinnamonum cassia) - The antioxidants in your body protect your body from the oxidative damage caused by free radicals. There are powerful antioxidants in cinnamon, including polyphenols. Researchers have found that cinnamon and its antioxidants are potent anti-inflammatory agents. (50)(51)

Licorice Root Extract (Glycyrrhiza glabra) - The primary active compound in licorice root is glycyrrhizin, which contains hundreds of plant compounds. The root's sweet taste is caused by glycyrrhizin, which also has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. (52)

Boron (as Boron citrate) - The mineral boron helps your body metabolize vitamins and minerals, is important for bone health, and affects estrogen and testosterone. Boron has no established daily value in terms of dietary recommendations. No diseases have been linked to boron deficiency. The mineral boron is essential for the production of free testosterone, which plays a number of sex-related functions in the body. With age, more free testosterone can bond with proteins in your blood, resulting in even more benefits when taking boron. It has been suggested that boron may play a role in brain function in small studies. Boron supplementation in humans showed promise in the 1990s. (53)

DHA 14% (Docosahexaenoic Acid) - It is essential for infants' brain development that they receive docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Adults also require DHA to maintain normal brain function. Inclusion of adequate DHA in the diet improves learning ability, whereas deficiency of DHA leads to learning deficits. It has been suggested that boron may play a role in brain function in small studies. Boron supplementation in humans showed promise in the 1990s. (54)

Vanadyl (as Vanadyl Sulfate) - The mineral vanadyl sulfate is used to treat insulin resistance, prediabetes, and diabetes. Vanadyl sulfate lowers blood sugar levels similarly to insulin. In addition, vanadyl sulfate improves insulin's performance. (55)

Phosphatidylserine - As a phospholipid, phosphatidylserine helps transmit messages between nerve cells in the brain. This substance covers and protects brain cells, aids blood clotting, and may help retain memory sharpness. A number of uses for phosphatidylserine include Alzheimer's disease, age-related declines in mental function, improving thinking skills in young people, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, preventing exercise-induced stress, and improving athletic performance. Myelin and nerve cell membranes require phosphatidylserine. Neurotransmission is impaired due to biochemical alterations and structural deterioration as the brain ages. (56)

Huperzine A - Acetylcholine levels are increased as a result. It appears that this helps treat diseases that interfere with memory and thinking. In people with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, huperzine A improves memory and mental function. (57)