Age-Related Memory Loss is NOT Inevitable

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Does brain fog affect you more and more lately?

Do you walk into a room and can’t remember why you went there?

Have you totally forgotten an important date or event?

Do you start sentences and not know quite how to end them?

Have you come out of a store and can’t remember where you parked – maybe even to the point of thinking your car was stolen?

Age-related memory loss can be embarrassing and inconvenient.

We recently reported that researchers have determined that our mental cognition begins to decline at 45 years old.

That is a sobering thought for most of us – but there is something we can do naturally – to slow down this process.

“Amazing improvement in short-term memory.” ~ Julia from Texas

Our brains need good nutrients, just like the rest of our body. In fact, it could be argued that good nutrition for the brain is vital to our quality of life as we age.

Let’s Talk Health has created the Brain Booster formula to enhance brain function from simple memory loss to serious Alzheimer’s disease.

The ingredients in Brain Booster are all natural.

They begin with Phosphatidyl Serine, the most important ingredient for building healthy new brain cells and stimulating the production of norepinephrine (the memory hormone).

Next we find Acetyl L-Carnitine to prevent the deterioration of the brain during stress and help the aging brain function better.

Pregnenolone is used to improve and maintain mental capacity and memory.

Next is Phosphatidylcholine, the most important neurotransmitter of memory, which improves the electrochemical activity in the nerve and brain cell membranes. It is a vital nutrient for normal memory and cognitive function.

The final ingredient is Huperzine A, for increased memory retention, energy and alertness.

All of these ingredients in our best-selling Brain Booster have been clinically proven to nutritionally assist brain health and cognition.

Soon you can be experiencing the benefits of proper brain nutrition…quicker thinking, better ability to focus and concentrate, and improved memory. There is nothing like that “sharp as a tack” feeling.

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