YUUTO® SANITY – NOOTROPICS COGNITIVE ENHANCER
OVERCOME THE CURRENT LIMITATIONS OF THE HUMAN BRAIN
For an outstanding improvement in memory, mental alertness, clarity, and focus give your brain what it deserves- Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic, the ultimate brain-boosting supplement. Adopting a new, healthy, overall mindset with increased brain stimulation and responsiveness has never been so easy.
REVOLUTIONARY FORMULA THAT IMPROVES MENTAL CLARITY AND FOCUS.*
Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic boosts all aspects of cognition in all types of people– especially those whose active lifestyles demand dynamic brainpower: students, athletes, competitors, active +55 or busy professionals. Combining 41 exceptional vitamins, minerals, and brain-boosting nootropics, Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic will support your ability to focus, think clearly, and be more productive. It works by increasing the efficiency of the tonic cortical/subcortical control mechanisms, which leads to an improvement in both conscious and subconscious behaviours. By enhancing the overall oxygen circulation to your brain, cells and neurons, Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic will help you feel more energised than ever before.
BOOSTS INTELLIGENCE LEVELS AND MEMORY FUNCTION.*
Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic is scientifically formulated to help you achieve your optimal performance- whatever that may be. In turn, this aids in the reduction of stress and anxiety while increasing your ability to stay relaxed. A healthy foundation for nutrition, sleep quality, and a positive attitude can help you build the lifestyle necessary to cultivate focus, memory, and the ability to handle the stresses of modern life- and that is exactly what Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic aims to do. With consistent consumption of just two veggie capsules per day, you will finally be able to stay focused, remember what you need to, and have more energy to do so.
INCREASES LEVEL OF CONCENTRATION AND ALERTNESS. *
Ticking off those to-do lists and getting through your busy days will never be a struggle again!
Health benefits of nootropics, based on science:
• enhance learning and memory;*
• enhance resistance against learned behaviours;*
• reduce stress and increase your ability to calm down;*
• protect the brain against various physical or chemical injuries;*
• increase the efficacy of the tonic cortical/subcortical control mechanisms, leading to an improvement in both conscious and subconscious behaviours.*
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Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic is one of the most advanced nootropic blends which combines 41 scientifically researched ingredients specifically designed to upgrade the ability to focus, think clearly, and be more productive. Ultimately, a healthy foundation of nutrition, movement, quality sleep, and a positive attitude can help you build a lifestyle necessary to cultivate focus, memory, attention, and, in general, the ability to handle the stresses of modern life.
Vitamins: A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, biotin (B7), Folic acid (B9), C, D, E
Vitamins play many important roles in your body, such as maintaining healthy eyes and skin, acting as antioxidants to protect your cells from damage and contributing to healthy reproduction and growth, strong bones and normal blood clotting.* B Vitamins work together in the body to convert food into energy. They are necessary for healthy development and maintenance of the brain and nervous system, as well as other organs and systems in the body.*
MINERALS: Ca, Mg, Zn, Se, Fe, Cu, Mn, Cr, Mo, K
Minerals play important roles in maintaining blood pressure, fluid and electrolyte balance, and bone health; making new cells; delivering oxygen to cells; contributing to normal muscle and nerve functioning.*
DMAE Bitartrate (Dimethylaminoethanol) – Helps eliminate lipofuscin and free radicals from brain cells.* Prevents choline uptake by cells forcing more free choline to be available in your system. Stimulates cholinergic receptors that may promote synthesis of acetylcholine (ACh) in your brain.*
L Glutamine – Helps improve alertness, concentration, focus, memory and mood, boost Human Growth Hormone and reduce anxiety. *
Glutamic Acid – Is an important neurotransmitter that plays a key role in long-term potentiation and is important for learning and memory.*
Green Tea Extract – Is able to easily cross the blood-brain barrier and increase brain activity.* It could improve memory formation and spatial memory.*
Bacopa Extract – Affects brain levels of acetylcholine which is important for memory and cognition.* Helps prevent arterial plaque that can lead to heart attack, stroke and other neurodegenerative diseases.* Modulates brain levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin.*
Choline (bitartrate) – Helps improve mood, memory and boost mental energy.* Choline is needed to maintain alertness and clarity of thought. Contributes to the development of new brain cells and enhances your brain’s ability to repair damaged cell membranes.*
Inositol (Vitamin B8) – Is known to decrease anxiety, depression, panic attacks, mood swings, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and alleviate the symptoms causing bulimia.*
N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine – Enhances working memory, executive function, creative flow states, stress reduction, better mood, anti-anxiety and lessens symptoms of ADHD.*
Bilberry Fruit Extract – Has been used as a treatment to fight several diseases and improve bodily functions, vision, memory, and was used by pilots in WWII. *
GABA (Gamma Aminobutyric Acid) Grape Seed Extract – Has a calming effect on brain and body, helps relieve stress and anxiety, and boosts Human Growth Hormone.*
Grapefruit Seed Extract – Helps prevent free-radical brain damage and also helps improve memory, while reducing stress and inflammation in the brain.*
Olive Leaf – Helps to combat the damage caused by free radicals and protects the brain from memory loss. *
Cinnamon Bark Extract – Helps to protect neurons, normalise neurotransmitter levels, and improve motor function.*
Licorice Root Extract – Helps protect the brain from stroke-related injuries. *
Boron (Citrate) – Helps improving thinking skills and muscle coordination.*
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) – Is an omega-3 fatty acid. DHA is crucial for the healthy structure and function of your brain at all ages.* DHA has the ability to turn on your brain’s Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF). DHA helps your brain build new neural pathways. Critical for maintaining a healthy brain. Helps optimising neural signaling and cognition.*
Vanadyl Sulfate – Helps treat hangovers and enhance exercise performance.*
Phosphatidylserine – Improves alertness, attention, cognition, memory, recall and mood and lowers anxiety.*
Huperzine A – Improves cognition, memory, learning, recall, it is an antioxidant, helps neuroplasticity and protects against glutamate-toxicity.*
Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic boosts all aspects of cognition in all types of people – especially those whose active lifestyles demand dynamic brainpower: students, athletes, competitors, active +55 or an busy professionals.
As a dietary supplement take two (2) veggie capsules once a day. For best results take 20-30 min before a meal with an 8 oz. glass of water or as directed by your healthcare professional. For best results use daily and consistently. You may want to set a reminder on your phone or computer to make sure you take your supplements at correct time.
In most cases we would expect the beneficial effects of Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic to build over several weeks, but results may vary from person to person. A regular intake is recommended and should be used in conjunction with a balanced and healthy diet. There is no maximum length of time over which Yuuto® SANITY Universal Nootropic may be used. If you are unsure about taking supplements consult a doctor or pharmacist before use.
- Serving Size2 Veggie Capsules
- Servings Per Container30
- Calories from Fat0
- Food ComponentAmount/Serving% Daily Value*
- Vitamin A (as Beta Carotene)2400 IU48%
- Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)125 mg208%
- Vitamin D (as Cholecalciferol)100 IU25%
- Vitamin E (as dl Alpha Tocopheryl 50%)30 IU100%
- Vitamin B1 (as Thiamine Mononitrate)3 mg200%
- Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)1.7 mg100%
- Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)12.5 mg62%
- Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal Phosphate)12 mg600%
- Folic Acid Pure400 mcg100%
- Biotin 1%3 mcg3%
- Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)12 mg120%
- Calcium (as calcium carbonate)20 mg2%
- Iron (as Ferrous Fumarate)1 mg6%
- Magnesium (as magnesium oxide 58%)50 mg12%
- Zinc (oxide)10 mg67%
- Selenium (Selenium Amino Acid Chelate 0.2%)50 mcg71%
- Copper (Gluconate 13%)52 mcg3%
- Manganese (Chelate 20%)400 mcg20%
- Chromium (Polynicotinate)12 mcg10%
- Molybdenum (Amino Chelate)10 mcg20%
- Potassium (Citrate 36%)50 mg1.4%
- Cognitive Enhancers Proprietary Blend692 mg
- DMAE Bitartrate (Dimethylaminoethanol), L Glutamine, Glutamic Acid, Green Tea Extract, Bacopa Extract, Choline (bitartrate), Inositol, N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine, Bilberry Fruit Extract, Gaba (Gamma Aminobutyric Acid) Grape Seed Extract, Grape Fruit Seed Extract, Olive Leaf, Cinnamon Bark Extract, Licorice Root Extract, Boron (Citrate), DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) 14%, Vanadyl Sulfate 19%, Phosphatidylserine 20%, Huperzine A
Inactive Ingredients: Cellulose (Vegetable Capsule), Rice Flour, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.
- 100% All Natural
- Suitable for Vegans: No
- Suitable for Vegetarians: No
- Vegetarian Capsule: Yes
- Third Party Tested: Yes
- 60 Veggie Capsules: 1 Month Supply
- Non-GMO / Dairy Free / Gluten Free / Wheat Free: Yes/Yes/Yes/Yes
- U.S.A manufactured in a GMP facility
- Yuuto™ Nutrition proudly uses only the highest quality ingredients
CAUTION: Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
WARNING: Accidental overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of fatal poisoning in children under 6. Keep this product out of reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, call a doctor or poison control center immediately.
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This information is not intended to replace orthodox medical treatment, but is offered as additional, complementary information.
Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied, nutritional and balanced diet. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any medication or are currently undergoing medical advice, please consult a doctor or healthcare professional before use.
Refrain from taking the food supplements if adverse reactions occur and consult a doctor.
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