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Total Recall™
Nutritional Support for Optimal Brain Function and Efficienct Information Retrieval

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What Makes Total Recall™ Different?

The human brain can easily be compared to an organic computer with a complex network of chemical pathways used to process incoming data, store data and experience, and retrieve needed information. When the chemistry of the brain changes the ability to retrieve information is the first thing to go. A variety of factors can alter brain chemistry. Stress, physical and/or mental fatigue, hypersulinemia, a nutrient deficiency, and/or a lack of oxygen can all result in impaired mental function. Total Recall&153 is formulated to provide nutritional support for optimal brain function and for efficient information retrieval.

Just some of the many powerful ingredients in Total Recall™:

Vitamin B6: This member of the B-complex family of vitamins is the universal carrier nutrient. By adding this vitamin to Total Recall™ , it helps ensure that the nutrients will be carried to the exact sites in the brain where they are needed the most.

Huperzine A: Extracted from the Chinese club moss, Huperzia serrate, is one of the newest additions to memory enhancement. The herb has been used for centuries in Chinese herbal medicine for the management of many neurological disorders and to help restore and preserve memory in elderly people. Huperzine A has demonstrated, under clinical studies, to decrease neuronal cell death and therefore is helpful in both memory loss as well as in cases of dementia.

Vinpocetine: This amazing phytonutrient belongs in any combination of ingredients intended to improve cognitive function. In short, Vinpocetine supports cerebral circulation by increasing oxygen to the brain.

DMAE: This natural substance is know to preserve and promote elevated levels of choline in the brain. Choline is an essential nutrient used to facilitate storage and recall of information.

Phosphatidylserine: This powerful nutrient found in lecithin is known to enhance your brain's production of the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine, absolutely essential for our ability to think, reason, and recall information from the storage site of the brain. The end result can be an increase in both short-term and long-term memory.

GABA: This neurotransmitter is known to work by exercising a relaxing effect on the brain cells, which calms the mind and allows you to focu and concentrate.

Product #2130
MemoryFX™ Total Recall (60 capsules)

Nutritional Information
3 Capsules Contain:
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCL) 20 mg 1000%
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) 100 mcg 1666%
Pantothenic Acid (Calcium Pantothenate) 50 mg 500%
Huperzine A 300 mcg *
Vinpocetine Extract 12 mg *
Choline (Dihydrogen Citrate) 250 mg *
DMAE (Bitartrate) 200 mg *
Ginkgo Biloba Extract 24% (Leaves) 50 mg *
Phosphatidylcholine (from Soy) 170 mg *
Phosphatidylserine (from Soy) 30 mg *
Phosphatidylethanolamine (from Soy) 180 mg *
Phosphatidylinositol (from Soy) 160 mg *
L-Glutamine 300 mg *
L-Tyrosine 200 mg *
GABA 300 mg *

RDI - Reference Daily Intake
* - RDI not established

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, water, rice flour and magnesium stearate.

Suggested Use: Take 1 capsule per meal or as directed by your Health Care Practitioner.

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Facts About Optimal Brain Function

For millions of aging individuals, memory loss involves more than the occasional inability to remember a specific piece of information. Loss of short-term memory is a sign of brain aging. Think of your brain muck like a large computer with many hard drives upon which to store information. As the brain ages, it sometimes loses the ability to access those storage sites. The neuro-firing (much like spark plugs) necessary to transmit information from storage sites to random access memory requires the presence of several powerful brain chemicals. The aging process can deplete many of these chemicals and/or inhibit the body from being able to make them in adequate amounts.

Fortunately, science has come a long way in identifying the specific precurso nutrients and chemicals necessary for the brain to conduct rapid and accurate neuro-firing to ensure information retrieval. While brain chemistry is still relatively new and probably the last really big frontier ahead, what we do know it proving to be of help to millions of middle age and older individuals who wish to keep the memory as fit as the rest of the body.

Optimal brain function depends on essential nutrients often found in gross deficinecy in the Standard Industrialized Diet. Nutrients such as the B-Complex vitamin choline, as an example have been used for over 30 years to help students prepare for test taking and other activities that require a high level of short term memory recall. Today we understand why these nutrients help to the degree that they do. Fatty acids and other cofactors found in fish oils and lecithin have been identified as essential elements for memory and focus.

Excerpt from lecture by Dr. Steven Whiting, Director, Institute of Nutritional Science
Reproduced with permission.

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