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Brain Vitamins & Natural Nootropics To Support Focus and Memory

Lift brain fog with our advanced brain energy vitamins & nutrients.

Neuro Focus Plus natural nootropics for focus and concentration
Neuro Focus Plus natural nootropics for focus and concentration Neuro Focus Plus brain vitamins with 100% natural ingredients Neuro Focus Plus Nootropics by Utmost Me Neuro Focus Plus brain vitamins improves focus Neuro Focus Plus - product info Neuro Focus Plus - all natural ingredients Neuro Focus Plus pack

Neuro Focus Plus Brain Vitamins & Natural Nootropics

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What is Neuro Focus Plus?


Created by Doctors, Biochemists and expert Nutritionists, Utmost Me takes a science-first approach to developing natural supplements. 

Our Neuro Focus & Brain Energy Blend is our natural Nootropic formula. Nootropics are foods or dietary supplements that support brain functions such as focus, memory and concentration.

The plant based ingredients are clinically shown to support Alpha Brain Wave activity that is responsible for creative thinking, concentration during stress, and the synthesis of natural neurotransmitters. 

Our unique Delivery & Absorption System allows the nutrients to pass the blood-brain barrier to maximise the benefits of our natural ingredients. Plus our Brain Vitamin Complex supports your Brain Health when working for extended periods.

What is in it?

L-Tyrosine

An important amino acid which synthesises neurotransmitters, increasing mental clarity and attention.

Rhodiola

Combats the effects of stress, allowing you to concentrate on the task at hand.

Green Tea

Our concentrated extract providing 50mg of EGCG (natural plant compound) which increases energy, focus and mental function.

Curcumin Focus®

Our high quality turmeric extract boasts the active component (curcumin) proven to significantly boost attention and performance on memory tasks. 

Caffeine & Kola Nut

Kola Nut and Coffee Extracts provide a richer nutrient dense source of caffeine that work together synergistically for an effective, smarter energy enhancer.

L-Theanine

Combined with caffeine it gives you the benefits of increased focus for longer periods and without the come down or jitters.

Zinc

Zinc aids optimal cognitive function, can be used as brain energy and is commonly found in leafy greens such as kale.

Biotin

D-Biotin is the naturally occurring, biologically active form of the B Vitamin Biotin. It helps convert nutrients into energy that can be used by the brain. 

Soya Lecithin

Soybean lecithin is also a key part in our nutrient delivery and absorption system. 

Blackberries

This extract works in sync with Bioperine® to help your body increase absorption and utilise all the nutrients.

Bioperine®

Found in black pepper, this essential component is part of our unique delivery system to aid absorption of key nutrients.

Brain Vitamin Complex

Vitamin D3 is 500% of your minimum daily recommended amount. Plus our Vitamin B & C combination support neuronal energy production.

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