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Performance Brain

Integratore alimentare a base di Reishi, Cognivia™  e Bacopin® utile per migliorare memoria e concentrazione ottimizzando la performance cognitiva e riducendo la percezione dello stress durante ogni performance


Finalità salutistiche:
Performance Brain è una sinergia “nootropa” creata per ottimizzare le funzioni cognitive, la performance fisica e mentale per tutti coloro sottoposti a stress fisico e psichico che necessitano di un potenziamento delle capacità di attenzione, concentrazione e focalizzazione per il raggiungimento della prestazione ottimale, con riferimento particolare 
a sportivi sia d’élite che master.


Proprietà dei componenti:

  • Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) BIO: è uno dei funghi più utilizzati dagli sportivi: aumenta i livelli di energia, migliora la respirazione cellulare, protegge la funzione mitocondriale dallo stress ossidativo, riduce l’infiammazione cronica di basso grado, contrasta la stanchezza psico-fisica migliorando anche memoria e concentrazione focalizzata. Grazie all’elevata presenza di triterpeni modula l’asse dello stress, sostiene le ghiandole surrenali e l’asse ipotalamo-ipofisi-surreni, riduce la sensazione di fatica, regola­rizzando i ritmi del sonno

  • Cognivia™: unisce le proprietà di due specie di Salvia, la Salvia officinalis, che migliora la performance cognitiva aumentando la focalizzazione sul raggiungimento degli obiettivi, e gli oli essenzia­li di Salvia lavandulifolia che velocizzano i processi mnemonici. Gli studi effettuati dimostrano un aumento delle funzioni cognitive e dei processi di memoria a lungo termine ed esecutiva, già dopo una sola somministrazione.

  • Bacopin® (estr. standardizzato di Bacopa monnieri tit.20% Bacosidi): favorisce il potenziamento della memoria, della concentra­zione e delle funzioni cognitive. A livello fisico la Bacopa contribuisce a migliorare la performance sportiva alleviando l’affaticamento muscolare e aumentando le riserve di glicogeno muscolare. A livello cogniti­vo migliora la velocità di reazione, l’attenzione e la memoria spaziale e di lavoro aumentando la prontezza dei riflessi

  • L-teanina: isolata dal thè verde è una molecola che agisce a livello cerebrale favorendo contemporaneamente il rilassamento e la lucidità mentale, con mantenimento della concentrazione per un periodo di tempo prolungato, senza esplicare azione sedativa

  • Newcaff® (Caffeina microincapsulata): la caffeina è una sostanza ergogenica, la microincapsulazione ne migliora la biodisponibilità permettendone un rilascio controlla­to e prolungato nel tempo nell’arco di 4 ore. La sua efficacia è stata dimostrata sia in atleti soggetti a sforzo prolungato, con sprint in­termittenti, sia negli atleti di resistenza e anche negli sport di potenza e di forza senza alterare i livelli di insulina e glu­cosio nel sangue

  • La sinergia con la teanina è risultata più efficace della teanina da sola o della caffeina da sola, inibendo i possibili effetti negativi della caffeina, come irritabilità e aumento pressorio


Modalità d’uso:

Si consiglia di assumere 1 capsula al giorno come mantenimento, quindi aumentare la dose di 1 capsula ogni giorno già due giorni prima della gara e 4 cps il giorno della performance


Confezione:

60 capsule


Note: SENZA GLUTINE


Codice EAN: 8059173430123

 

 

 


 

 

TENORE MEDIO INGREDIENTI  PER DOSE GIORNALIERA (3 CPS)
Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi)

 565 mg

Cognivia® (Salvia officinalis e Salvia lavandulifolia)

 500 mg


 Bacopin® (Bacopa monnieri) tit. 20%

Apporto bacosidi

372 mg

75 mg

L-teanina

200 mg

Caffeina 

75 mg

 


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