Nutricebra 20 Monodoses - Celeiro da Saúde Lda

Nutricebra 20 Monodoses

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Stress and day-to-day concerns, large-scale production of nutrient-poor foods, contribute to the decrease in the body's ability to function at an optimal level.

Brain capacities are affected, compromising the individual's performance, in terms of memory, concentration and attention, leading that sometimes he does not remember recent facts, causing embarrassment and irritability for those affected, affecting his daily life, often affecting individuals young adults who, without reaching a high age, already have advanced cognitive decline (DCRI).

Nutricebra is a food supplement effective in reversing memory loss and brain tiredness, because it contains 14 bioactive nutrients that maximize synergy with each other.

Nutricebra is the ideal formula for all those who want to improve their performance and intellectual performance.

Nutricebrain contains essential fatty acids, natural phospholipids, amino acids, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.

 

Phosphatidylserine  

Phosphatidylserine is a concentrated phospholipid from Soy Lecithin. It is more abundant in brain cells where it is fully involved in the flow of neurotransmitters because it easily crosses the blood-brain barrier, helping to maintain the integrity of cell membranes, which decreases with age. This process is essential to allow nutrients to enter the cell promoting better neuron activity.

Phosphatidylserine is indicated for improve brain capabilities, including memory, depression and Alzheimer's disease. Phosphatidylserine improves memory and learning ability. It is useful in all ages and professions that require intellectual work such as people with age-related cognitive decline; (moderate or severe).
Indicated for some patients with cerebral arteriosclerosis anxiety-depressive states of senescence.


General benefits of omega 3

Rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, also known as essential fatty acids, they are essential for the production of inflammatory prostaglandins and tramboxanes, promoting the reduction of the risks of cardiovascular diseases, platelet aggregation and vasoconstriction, decreasing the level of total cholesterol (LDL) and triglycerides in blood.

This ingredient is essential for the better intellectual ability, is present in the brain with about 20 to 30% DHA, which means that low levels of this fatty acid can result in deviations from the optimized form, or changes in cell membranes and neurons.

DHA is directly associated with functions such as memory, concentration, learning and also participates in the development of neuronal structures and is a growth factor for the brain and retina.

 

Cognitive performance, memory and concentration


Considering that about 50 to 60% of a brain's dry weight is composed of lipids and that unsaturated fatty acids, including Omega-3 fatty acids (DHA) make up about 35% of the brain's lipid content, is easily understood the importance of these fatty acids in the structural maintenance of neuronal cell membranes, in the connections between neuronal cells, facilitating inter-neuronal communication and participating in the correct functioning and optimization of brain functions.


Omega-3 fatty acids, particularly DHA, have very important functions in recovering the integrity and fluidity of neuronal cell membranes, the myelin sheath (essential for the rapid conduction of nerve impulses) and nerve endings, ensuring the neuroplasticity of the nervous system central (SNC).
Omega-3 fatty acids influence the speed of information acquisition and processing.

 

For this reason, Omega-3 fatty acids create an ideal environment for the rapid exchange of information between neurons locally in the brain. On the other hand, the cerebral vessels that control the blood supply of the brain and largely ensure the effectiveness of the blood-brain barrier, also have membranes rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, capable of modulating certain enzymatic or transport activities, such as glucose, guaranteeing the supply of energy to neurons.

 

Importance of omega-3 in young adults, adults and the elderly

Several studies have shown that Omega-3 fatty acids, namely EPA and
DHA, are essential for the development and maintenance of normal brain structure and functioning, becoming very important in regulating mood, preventing stress and cognitive decline associated with aging.

Deficiency in Omega-3 fatty acids causes behavioral and cognitive deficits,
namely in terms of learning, memorization and habituation, associated with alterations in the metabolism of some neurotransmitters.

Improving some etiologies of neurological disorders such as depression and   
aggressive behaviors (Bipolar Disease and Schizophrenia) and age-related cognitive decline (DCRI).

Alzheimer's disease is a neurodegenerative and debilitating disease that causes loss of
memory, dementia and personality changes. This disease originates from the formation of plaques of a protein called beta-amyloid which is believed to be neurotoxins for neurons. In several studies it was found that the neuroprotective activity exerted by Omega-3 is mainly due to DHA and that individuals with Alzheimer's disease have low levels of DHA in the neurons of the hippocampus, the region of the CNS responsible for storing memory.


 

Components

Vit B6, Vit B12, Folic Acid, promotes the reduction of homocysteine ​​levels. Homocysteine ​​is an amino acid whose high concentration in the bloodstream constitutes a cardiovascular risk.    


L-Glutamine, is an amino acid, which crosses the blood-brain barrier, one of the most important nutrients in the brain, where it is converted into glutamic acid and acts on the metabolism of the brain cell and enters the synthesis of nucleic acids.


L-Arginine is an essential amino acid, is important in muscle metabolism and participates in the production of ATP, decreasing states of physical and psychological fatigue.


Soy lecithin

Soy lecithin is a natural source of phosphatides. Provides choline (vitamin B group), in a high form of assimilation, is a vital component of cell membranes. It participates in the synthesis of bile and in the metabolism of fats and cholesterol. Increases memory capacity, decreases brain fatigue and prevents cardiovascular pathologies.


Antioxidants

L-Glutathione is a natural peptide formed by three amino acids: (glutamine, cysteine ​​and glycine). Works as a potent antioxidant and as an anti-aging protector and immune system stimulant.

Vitamin E is an important antioxidant for the body's lipids, protecting
structures against free radicals and other toxics. Protective vitamin and antioxidant in the prevention of aging and cardiovascular diseases.


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