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How B Vitamins Play a Role in Your Brain Health

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How B Vitamins Play a Role in Your Brain Health

We currently live in a world mental health struggles are more prevalent than ever before. Research by the CDC suggests that up to 31 percent of American adults are experiencing anxiety, depression, or both.[1] So it’s more important than ever to be sure we are prioritizing our brain health, and giving it the nutrients it needs. Certain nutrients might not remove the stressors you’re experiencing but can help your body and brain buffer their impact. In this article, we’ll zero in on vitamins B3, B6, B9, and B12, and explore how they can boost your brain function and health.   Reducing...

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How to Fit Momentous Brain Drive into Your Morning Routine

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How to Fit Momentous Brain Drive into Your Morning Routine

How to Fit Momentous Brain Drive into Your Morning Routine Today, we are shining a light on one of our most popular products, Momentous Brain Drive, and exploring how you can maximize its brain-boosting benefits as part of your morning routine (and why you’d want to). Can Momentous Brain Drive Help My Mental Performance? Yes. The unique formulation includes several micronutrients that have been proven to enhance cognitive performance. One of these is vitamin B6, which a study published in CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics stated is key in the production of the mood-regulating and focus-promoting neurotransmitters dopamine, GABA, and serotonin.[1] A...

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Brain Drive 101

Posted by Mackenzie Lynch on

Brain Drive 101

Focus, Motivation, Memory Momentous Brain Drive is a daily supplement developed to optimize brain function and support long-term brain health. Brain Drive promotes focus, motivation, positivity, and learning by combining efficacious doses of research-backed ingredients that support the production of dopamine and acetylcholine - compounds known as “neurotransmitters” which are responsible for how the cells in your brain communicate.

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