In a healthy brain, proteins that inhibit healthy cognition and memory are created, but they are regularly cleared through normal processes.1 But this clearing process declines over time as part of normal aging. When that happens, these proteins begin to accumulate, affecting memory and cognitive function.
Clinically studied milk peptide complex
Colostrinin is a milk peptide. Colostrinin helps inhibit molecular mechanisms that produce unwanted brain proteins, while also maintaining levels of the enzymes that help break them down.
Clinical studies show colostrinin helps enhance and maintain cognition, memory and mental function, as measured by standard medical tests of mental performance. One of these studies found that colostrinin encouraged social function, mood and cognition.
In an preclinical model of aging and cognitive decline, the colostrinin polypeptide complex in Memory Protect promoted learning and memory.
Lithium, the brain element
Lithium, a naturally occurring mineral, has been used to promote mood health for decades. It has exceptional properties for promoting brain health and function on both the cellular and molecular levels.
Lithium is increasingly being recognized for its ability to inhibit normal, age related changes in the brain – it has even been called a neuroprotectant for healthy individuals. Numerous observational studies have described lithium’s effects in enhancing and preserving cognition and memory. Preclinical studies indicate that lithium helps support the breakdown of those accumulated brain proteins and promotes the brain’s normal process for clearing cellular debris.
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