Cerebral X Official Review
Let’s face it; we live in a world with winners and losers. They may play games in schools now where everyone’s a winner and you get participation trophies just for showing up but in the real world it just doesn’t work that way.
Never in history has there been a time with more opportunity for those who can step above and beyond.
Enter the world of brain supplements. Only 10 years ago you had no one talking about this new kind of pill.
Fast forward to modern and you have half the students in universities taking Adderall to work longer, smarter and be more focused.
With this massively growing trend we’ve seen an explosion of cognitive boosters enter the market. With anything, this means you get some good ones and some bad ones. Our review for today is going to cover Cerebral X, what’s in it, and if it’s worth trying.
Cerebral-X: What’s in it?
The first question we always ask when reviewing a new supplement is who makes it and is it safe. Countless studies and articles have been done showing supplements right off the shelves of Walmart or GNC that don’t contain what they say they do and even have other dangerous ingredients.
After a detailed review, we learned that Cerebral X is actually made right here in the USA. Further, it’s made in an FDA registered lab, which is a very important piece of the puzzle. I can tell you on thing, no chance I’m putting some random supplement made in an unregistered factory into China into my body so on test #1 Cerebral X gets two thumbs up.
The big question of course now becomes what’s in it. I don’t want to bore you with too much scientific mumbo jumbo but we’ll cover the high level stuff.
DMAE (Dimethylethanolamine bitartrate) – This is a chemical that is commonly used for improving memory. It’s also been used for intelligence, increasing thinking skills and even improving your mood.
GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) – People take GABA to improve their mood, to treat ADHD, improve sleep and to help with anxiety.
NADH (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) – is used for helping people with concentration, memory, mental clarity, and overall alertness.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) – Helps your digestive and nervous systems. Also helps the body turn food into energyVitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) – Vitamin B6 is actually well know for helping the body to fight infection
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) – This is the B vitamin that helps cell both make and maintain DNA. It has also been shown to promote the growth of red blood cells.
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) – This B vitamin also helps regulate the nervous system and helps with red blood cell formation.
TAU (triacetyluridine) – is actually a uridine prodrug. What that means is that it increased the bioavailability of uridine in the body. Basically in simple English, people put this in brain supplement to act as a mood booster and cognitive enhancer.
Centrophenoxine – This is used as a dietary supplement and has had some interesting studies done on it. In elderly patients it has been found to clinically help with memory and has improved on general brain function.
Alpha-GPC – This is a chemical that gets released when fatty acids found in soy and other plants get broken down. It seems to increase one chemical that is found in the brain that is called acetylcholine which is very important for memory and learning functions.
NALT (N-acetyl-L-tyrosine) – The laundry list of things people take NALT for is almost to big to name. Everything from sleep deprivation to being used as an appetite suppressant. The way it works in the body is that Tyrosine is used to make chemical messengers that are involved with the brand and overall mental alertness.
Gingko Biloba leaf extract – Gingko Biloba is a very popular supplement. Like NALT it gets taken for a variety of conditions from eye problems to ADHD. What it does is that it seems to help the body with blood circulation. This in turn would have a positive effect on everything from the brain to the legs.
Final word on Cerebral X
Bottom line here is that Cerebral X has put together a product with a lot of very interesting ingredients in it. From my experience researching the different pieces that make it up I think it’s definitely worth trying to see how it works for you.