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Add A Scoop Smart Blend
by Smoothie Essentials

GMO Free – Gluten Free

Add a Scoop Smart Blend naturally encourages oxygen and blood to flow to the brain, which is necessary to think and speak more clearly.

Kosher – Halal – Vegetarian

Nutritional Information

  • 20 Calories

  • 0 Total Fat

  • 0 Cholesterol

  • 4 gms Carbohydrates

  • 0 Fiber

  • 0 Protein

  • 0 Sugars


Ingredients

  • Ginkgo Biloba

  • Green Tea

  • Niacin

  • Inositol

  • Choline

  • Lecithin

  • Glutamine


Sometimes even smart people need a pick-me-up, a boost to help clear the fog out of the brain. Pull away from the studies, the paperwork, or even the highway. Turn the car towards the smoothie shop and look for something that refreshes the mental fatigue.

The human brain is still shrouded in mystery, but one thing doctors are sure helps the brain function is oxygen and oxygen is delivered by blood. Although accounting for only around 2% of the body, the brain requires 25% of your body’s blood flow – which gives you some idea of how much oxygen it needs to generate enough energy to function well.

Featured Ingredients

Ginko Biloba

pic1The extract found in the leaves of the Ginkgo Biloba tree has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine. Only in the past few decades has its usefulness been realized in Western Medicine. Of great interest to many researches is that Ginkgo Biloba helps increase blood flow to the brain, helping improve good mental function.

Green Tea

Green Tea has long been a standard part of a vibrant lifestyle in India, China, Japan and Thailand. In traditional medicine in these countries, practitioners used green tea as a stimulant and to maintain heart health. Other traditional uses of green tea include treating flatulence, regulating normal body temperature and blood sugar, promoting healthy digestion, and supporting mental processes. For information from the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine on Green Tea, you can visit the National Institutes of Health website.

Niacin

Niacin is referred to as Vitamin B3 because it was the third of the B vitamins to be discovered. Common psychiatric symptoms of niacin deficiency include irritability, poor concentration, anxiety, fatigue, restlessness, apathy, and depression.

Inositol

Inositol is a simple carbohydrate which is naturally occurring in the body and plays an important role in the body’s chemical reactions. Since neurotransmitters like serotonin (which is related to feelings of calm and well-being) depend on inositol to function, ensuring the body has enough of it can aid in controlling mood disorders and in lowering anxiety. Patients suffering from clinical depression generally have decreased levels of inositol. Inositol is found in many foods, in particular, in cereals with high bran content, nuts, beans, and fruit, especially cantaloupe, melons and oranges.

Choline

Choline is a water-soluble essential nutrient. The body uses it to make cell membranes and key compounds in the brain. It is usually grouped within the Vitamin B complex. It was discovered by Andreas Strecker in 1864, chemically synthesized in 1866, and nowadays choline is regularly available in health food stores. It is said to be beneficial for mood, mental acuity and cardiovascular health.

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