Keep your mind sharp with Natural Factors CurcuminRich Memory Optimizer. This synergistic blend contains antioxidant Theracurmin™, the #1 absorbed form of curcumin*, anti-aging ResveratrolRich®, a bioactive form of quercetin (EMIQ), bacopa, and other key brain-boosting nutrients. This herbal formula is specially formulated to support cognitive health at any age.
*Scientific scrutiny revealed that Theracurmin was more bioavailable on a milligram-to-milligram basis than other leading† enhanced and regular forms of curcumin. †As measured by SPINS 2014 data.
Each vegetarian capsule contains:
Green tea Phytosome (Camellia sinensis) (leaf) (13% EGCg) [bound to phosphatidylcholine (from soy lecithin)]
Bacopa extract (Bacopa monnieri) (leaf) (50% bacosides A and B)
TheracurminTM curcumin† from turmeric (Curcuma longa) (rhizome)
† A highly bioavailable form of curcumin – the most active curcuminoid in turmeric ResveratrolRich® resveratrol [grape (Vitis vinifera) (fruit) and Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) (root)] (from 75 mg ResveratrolRich®)
*Natural trans resveratrol form EMIQ® (enzymatically modified isoquercitrin)
(providing 40 mg of highly absorbable quercetin)
Celery extract (Apium graveolens)(seed)
(3-n-butylphthalide calculated as total phthalides) (85%)
Helps support cognitive health and brain function. Provides antioxidants for the maintenance of good health. Curcumin is the yellow pigment in turmeric with many valued health benefits, but it is difficult for the body to absorb. Theracurmin is a natural curcumin preparation that utilizes advanced techniques to reduce curcumin’s particle size, dramatically increasing its solubility and bioavailability. Detailed absorption studies have proven that Theracurmin is the best-absorbed form of curcumin on the market.‡
Memory Optimizer combines Theracurmin with key brain support nutrients – bacopa, celery, green tea, resveratrol, and a bioactive form of quercitin called EMIQ to: • Optimize brain function • Smooth neural pathways • Protect cell membranes and regulate neurotransmitter function