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Brain Research Labs Brain Health And Performance News: Pioneer in the Field of Cognitive Performance and Health Succeeds with Clinically-Tested Natural Solutions
Date:9/30/2013

ologists and cognitive scientists around the world.

"Very few, if any, regardless of their degrees or experience, understand the brain and cognitive function better than Joshua Reynolds.” - L Cass Terry, M.D., Ph.D., Pharm.D., MBA, Former Chair and Professor of Neurology, Medical College of Wisconsin, WI

In the late 90’s, after having his unique cognitive tests used and validated by medical schools, such as Stanford, UC Irvine and Scripps, Reynolds focused his technology on discovering the absolute best “natural ingredients” for the brain, in terms of both short term performance enhancement and long term brain health and longevity.

“Heretofore”, shares Reynolds, “the study of nutritional supplements on brain function evaluated just a single ingredient with crude pencil-paper tests with a relatively small number of subjects. Now, for the first time ever, we had a highly advanced and objective test technology which we could use to screen hundreds of ingredients with thousands of volunteer subjects, ultimately enabling us to come up with nature’s 3 top memory molecules.” Reynolds would later put these into one “brain pill” he called Procera AVH (http://www.proceraavh.com), then subjected it to a full-scale FDA-type University clinical-trial in Australia.

“My objective was to use the best performing combination of memory, focus and concentration boosting nutrients, while also having those ingredients address the basic needs of the aging brain”, says Reynolds.

As Reynolds teaches in his medically acclaimed book, 20/20 Brain Power, as the brain ages it sinks deeper and deeper into what he calls an energy crisis. This is caused by reduced brain blood flow, which can cause oxygen and neurotransmitter levels to seriously decline. What’s more, the brain is also hammered by environmental toxins and highly toxic fr
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