LuciPlex is a comprehensive brain health formula comprised of a proprietary blend of natural ingredients formulated and clinically validated to improve memory, focus and cognition. In clinical trials, components of LuciPlex were shown to slow the onset of brain atrophy, dementia as well as other neurodegenerative disorders.
The patented ingredients in LuciPlex were designed to work synergistically to reduce the risk of “all-cause-mortality” as well as provide a comprehensive nutritional formula necessary to optimize overall neurological health. As with all of USH Integratives, what is left out is as important as what is included. Heavy metals such as copper, manganese, aluminum have been intentionally eliminated from LuciPlex because multiple studies confirm they may negatively affect brain function and overall health.
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Key Ingredients & Benefits
- Improve and/or maintain overall brain health. LuciPlex’s active ingredients have been clinically validated to: Improve memory by regulating your body’s own natural production of DHA and EPA. (DHA and EPA are essential nutrients necessary to maintain healthy brain function. Both may help repair neurological trauma and facilitate memory retention. They also play a role in forming neural transmitters, which are also important to healthy brain function.)
- Reduce inflammation and oxidation.
- Provide essential nutrients to facilitate healthy brain function.
- Mitigate brain cell damage and reduce brain trauma caused by toxins and brain shrinkage due to the aging process.
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