How to Keep Your Brain 

Strong and Vibrant at Any Age

In an average adult, the brain makes up only two percent of body mass. However, about 20 percent of the body’s energy helps your brain function. 

Eating nutrient-rich foods provides that energy to help your brain function well and protect against brain-related diseases.[1] 

Like most organs, the brain generates energy in a part of the cell called the mitochondria. A single neuron or brain cell contains hundreds to thousands of these small but mighty “power plants,” which supply the brain energy.[2] 

As you grow older, certain things can impact that energy production. As a result, brain health can deteriorate and you have trouble carrying out basic functions. 

The good news is that you can reduce the impact of these energy thieves. If left unchecked, these factors can contribute to cognitive problems and increase your risk of brain-related diseases.

The brain is an extremely complex and important organ in the body. It is composed of over 100 billion nerves. These nerve cells communicate through synapses, which are connections or junctions between two nerve cells. Certain factors may leave these nerves compromised, resulting in cognitive difficulties. Research shows that many nutrients can contribute to promoting healthy brain energy, mental clarity, and focus. MaxLiving Brain Health utilizes these nutrients in a convenient capsule.

Cognition refers to processing information, thinking, memory, problem-solving, and learning. Optimal cognitive heath requires healthy lifestyle practices like regular exercise and a healthy diet, however, certain unique nutrients have also been shown to be beneficial for supporting optimal cognitive function.MaxLiving Cognitive Support supplies the body with comprehensive herbs and other nutrients to help support optimal cognitive function naturally.    

Brain Health Perspective

The brain is a large and intricate organ which controls many functions in the body.(1) It is composed of over 100 billion nerves that communicate and interact with each other.(2) The brain is divided into lobes, which control different functions but work together to make up the complex brain. These lobes are the frontal lobe, parietal lobe, temporal lobe, and occipital lobe.(2) 

Talk to your healthcare practitioner about implementing these tips into your routine to help support healthy memory, focus, and cognition. 

†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.