Your brain is the control centre for everything you do. It regulates how you think, feel, move, and what you remember. Just like the rest of the body, it is sensitive to physical changes that occur with age. In adulthood, some people experience a decline in cognitive function that alters memory and concentration. In fact, memory decline is on the rise throughout the world and some aspect of memory, such as recalling appointments or remembering someone’s name, may begin to slow as early as middle age in healthy adults.1,2

These types of cognitive change can have a significant impact on quality of life, affecting attention span, mood, and physical function.3 Ultimately, it can reduce independence.

CurcuminRich Memory Optimizer Supports Cognitive Health
Memory Optimizer is specially formulated to support cognitive health, including memory and focus. It contains six supercharged botanical extracts that provide a spectrum of antioxidants for the maintenance of good health and free radical defence throughout the body. Together, they target multiple underlying factors that contribute to cognitive decline, such as oxidative stress, inflammatory response, and neurodegeneration.4

Theracurmin™ is an advanced form of curcumin, the yellow pigment in turmeric that is widely used for antioxidant protection and is a common ingredient in curry. It has significant antioxidant activity and supports the body’s natural inflammatory response. By inhibiting the oxidative stress responsible for inflammation, curcumin supports healthy nervous system cells and fights the degradation of fats within brain tissue.4,5 This is important because the brain’s oxygen use and high levels of polyunsaturated fats makes it especially vulnerable to free radical damage.

Supercharged Extracts for Healthy Brain Function
Theracurmin is further optimized by combining it with the cognitive health benefits of green tea phytosome, bacopa, ResveratrolRich®, EMIQ®, and celery extract.

Bacopa is a traditional Ayurvedic herb used to enhance cognitive function and is clinically supported for improving cognition in the elderly. It works by protecting the neurotransmitter acetylcholine that has an important role in memory and deterring the formation of plaques in the brain.3 A daily 300 mg dose of bacopa for 12 weeks has been shown to significantly improve memory and focus in people 65 years and older.6

EMIQ (enzymatically modified isoquercitrin) and green tea phytosome both offer significant antioxidant support. Similar to bacopa, green tea phytosome supports healthy memory and focus in aging brains by protecting neurons against oxidative damage. It is a highly absorbable source of antioxidant polyphenols, such as epigallocatechin gallate (EGCg) that promotes communication between neurons for improved short-term and long-term memory.1

Blood flow and vascular health also play important roles in cognitive function. Celery seed extract supports healthy cerebral blood flow and vascular function because of the active nutrient 3-n-butylphthalide (3nB).7 The antioxidant activity of resveratrol from grapes and Japanese knotweed also fights oxidative stress within capillaries and other blood vessels – including those affecting the brain.8 Scientific studies have shown that 250 mg and 500 mg doses of trans-resveratrol increase cerebral blood flow in those performing mental tasks.8

Natural Cognitive Support for Adults and Seniors
CurcuminRich Memory Optimizer is ideal for adults who want to support their cognitive health and brain, for those with a family history of age-related cognitive decline, as well as adults and seniors looking to slow the aging process. It is taken as two convenient vegetarian capsules twice per day. Each dose supplies high-quality non-GMO ingredients with no sweeteners, preservatives, or additives.


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