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NeuraBoost – Feed Your Mind
NeuraBoost is Premium Brain Enhancement For Mature Intelligence
60 capsules per bottle - 2 months' supply
Feed Your Mind, Improve Your Memory And Enthusiasm

For mature intelligence, NeuraBoost is the premium natural brain boosting supplement which actually helps feed your mind and improves memory because it's packed full of essential premium B Complex Vitamins and Selenium. 

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At last you can get these genuine ingredients at the right dose so you have all the advantages of a proper diet with no negative side effects. 
  • Essential for your metabolism and energy
  • Helps convert your food into fuel, allowing you to stay energized throughout the day
  • Believed to deter mosquitos
  • Influences brain processes and development, immune function and hormone activity
  • Protection from slow brain shrinkage and memory loss
  • Necessary for the brain and nervous system to work efficiently, involved in maintaining the health of your hair, skin and nerves
  • "This B vitamin can work wonders to relieve arthritic pain and stiffness" according to Dr David Williams

  • Important in keeping your body running like a well-oiled machine

  • These vitamins can’t be stored by your body and have to be consumed regularly in your diet

  • Missing in many of today’s foods and easily destroyed by extended cooking and food processing

Get exactly the right dose of Vitamin B Complex Plus Essential Selenium.

Each NeuraBoost contains 60 capsules - that's two months' supply per bottle so you have Mind Food protection for 2 months.

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Why did we create NeuraBoost?

When we couldn’t find exactly the right combination of Vitamin B Complex with supporting mineral, we worked with our medical team to create NeuraBoost. We know it matters to you that you have genuine ingredients at the right dose.

Researchers from Cornell University have linked low selenium and vitamins B6 and B12 to age-related difficulties.

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association reporting on research reviewing the vitamins and chronic disease, “Inadequate intake of several vitamins has been linked to chronic diseases.”

According to a Mintel survey, "1/3 of respondents who use vitamins and minerals report worrying about the negative side effects of taking too many vitamin/mineral supplements”.

We make sure you’re not taking too much, too little or the wrong sort of vitamins.

We know you’d rather get your nutrients from eating well – but that’s simply not happening. We know that "4 in 10 say they prefer to get nutrients from diet over supplements - significant numbers also say they do not use vitamins and minerals for related reasons.”

But here’s the vital information you must know: there are 8 big reasons why you must take supplements. Find out why here: getyourboomback.com/blogs/news/8-big-reasons-why-you-need-supplements.

Here at Get Your Boom! Back, we spend more than 10x the usual price on ingredients to get these details right. Yes, you can say we’re obsessive!

This makes a HUGE difference to you. You’ll feel the benefit of NeuraBoost with every decision you make!

Why You Need To Supplement The B Vitamins

Humans did not evolve eating processed food. We are designed to eat fresh, local, organic, biodynamic, seasonal food. For millions of years, throughout our evolution, that's what we've eaten.

In the last hundred years, our food has become highly processed.

The food industry had worked hard to convince us to eat the cheapest, highest profit margin, most addictive foods.

Most of the food we eat today is not healthy food.  It’s often nutrient deficient (or "empty calories").  The small amounts of nutrients they contain are often mal-absorbed and artificial ingredients can cause intestinal damage which further decreases your ability to absorb nutrients.

Even after ceasing to eat these foods, you can be in "nutrient debt" or have longstanding intestinal damage which prevents nutrient absorption. Much of the food we eat contains mycotoxins which are extremely damaging.

Reasons for supplementation include

  • artificial and addictive additives which block nutrient absorption
  • bactericides
  • chemical baits
  • food designed to grow faster and so have less time to uptake essential minerals even if they’re in the soil
  • food designed to be sweeter to taste and contain less phytonutrients
  • food not being fresh
  • fungicides
  • gassing food during storage
  • GMOs
  • herbicides
  • insecticides
  • lack of sleep
  • lures
  • pesticides
  • repellents
  • rodenticides
  • soil depletion
  • stress causing malabsorption of nutrients
  • … the list goes on and on

Most modern fruits and vegetables are grown to increase their sugar content, not their nutrient value.  As a result, most of the common fruits and vegetables are artificially high in fructose and sugar and lower in key nutrients.

When plants contain fewer nutrients, the animals that eat these plants are also malnourished.  As just one example, study published in the Journal of Nutrition and Health found copper levels in the UK have dropped by 90% in dairy, 55% in meat and 76% in vegetables.

Fresh, organic food is not always possible. Even when you can find organic foods, they aren’t necessarily better. Some studies even show that organic foods are not higher in nutrients - when the "organic" food was processed and not fresh.

Fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, grown organically at home or locally in well-fertilised soil and freshly harvested are going to be higher in nutrients than store-bought versions. If you can’t do that, you need supplements.

For so many reasons, our bodies need supplementation.

Just as all food is not created equal, so it's only worthwhile taking premium supplements. So we created NeuraBoost. Check out more information here: https://www.getyourboomback.com/collections/shop

The Eight Vitamins In The B Complex

For mature intelligence, NeuraBoost is the premium natural brain boosting supplement which actually helps feed your mind and improves memory because it's packed full of essential premium B Complex Vitamins - genuine ingredients at the right dose so you have all the advantages of a proper diet with no negative side effects.

Vitamins naturally occur in food and are needed in very small amounts for various bodily functions such as energy production and making red blood cells. There are 13 vitamins that our body needs, eight of which make up the B-group (or B-complex) vitamins. 

The B-group vitamins do not provide the body with fuel for energy, even though supplement advertisements often claim they do. It is true though that without B-group vitamins the body lacks energy. The body uses energy-yielding nutrients such as carbohydrates, fat and protein for fuel. The B-group vitamins help the body to use that fuel. Other B-group vitamins play necessary roles such as helping cells to multiply by making new DNA.

The B Vitamins In Food

Even though the B-group vitamins are found in many foods, they are water soluble and delicate. They are easily destroyed, particularly by alcohol and cooking. Food processing can also reduce the amount of B-group vitamins in foods, making white flours, breads and rice less nutritious than their wholegrain counterparts. 

The body has a limited capacity to store most of the B-group vitamins (except B12 and folate, which are stored in the liver). A person who has a poor diet for a few months may end up with B-group vitamins deficiency. For this reason, it is important that adequate amounts of these vitamins be eaten regularly as part of a well-balanced, nutritious diet.

With No Shortcuts Taken. None! 

Here are the ingredients:

Vitamin B1 as Thiamine Mononitrate powder – 83%*

Vitamin B2 as RiboFlavin powder – 97%*

Vitamin B3 as Niacin – 100%*

Vitamin B5 as Pantothenic Acid – d-Calcium Pantothenate - 92%*

Vitamin B6 as Pyridoxin HCL powder – 83%*

Vitamin B7 as Biotin – 100%*

Vitamin B9 as Folic Acid – 10%

Vitamin B12 as Methylcobalamin – 100%*

Selenium as Sodium Selenite – 44%*

* = Recommended Daily Value

We Use Activated Vitamins

Your body doesn’t need to be asked to do more work to absorb the vitamins you choose. Yet that’s exactly what most cheap vitamins do.

Other vitamins sold both over the counter and online are actually "pre-vitamins" which need your liver to work hard to even have a chance of your body absorbing them. Yet it’s your liver which you should be taking the most care of! We think it’s crazy that cheap vitamins have to get transformed to the real thing in your liver. We use vitamins already in an active state, so they go immediately into the tissues where they’re needed.

We Use Chelated Minerals

Most minerals that you buy over the counter and online simply don't dissolve in your stomach. You’re literally flushing money down the toilet. Even more disastrously, your poor body is still crying out for minerals. Every aspect of your body needs bioavailable minerals.

Selenium in NeuraBoost

The Selenium we use is Sodium Selenite chelated to amino acids so your body recognises and digests it naturally.

Selenium is a trace element with multiple roles in looking after your cells. This vital element is unevenly distributed in the earth’s crust – the topsoil.

The primary nutritional source is the soil from which it is absorbed by plants and enters the food chain. There are huge geographical variations in the selenium status of populations. Modern day plants are often unable to take up selenium even when it is present.

Very low selenium status is a factor in poor health and diseases including a specific type of juvenile cardiomyopathy (Keshan's Disease) and a chondrodystrophy (Kaschin-Beck Disease) which were observed in selenium-deficient regions of China.

 


Most people don’t metabolise nutrients very well. Our poor bodies have so much to deal with – and giving them cheap artificial unactivated vitamins and non-chelated minerals makes it really hard.

Types of Vitamin B

B1 - Thiamin

  • Sources of B1 include wholemeal cereal grains, seeds (especially sesame seeds), legumes, wheatgerm, nuts, yeast and pork. In Australia, it is mandatory that white and wholemeal flour used for bread is fortified with thiamin.
  • Thiamin deficiency is generally caused by a poor diet or excessive alcohol. Symptoms include confusion, irritability, poor arm or leg (or both) coordination, lethargy, fatigue and muscle weakness.
  • ‘Wet’ and ‘dry’ beriberi are caused by thiamin deficiency and affects the cardiovascular, muscular, gastrointestinal and nervous systems. A person with ‘dry’ beriberi also suffers from a damaged nervous system and may have nerve degeneration, nervous tingling throughout the body, poor arm and leg coordination, and deep pain in the calf muscles. Symptoms of ‘wet’ beriberi relate to the cardiovascular system and include an enlarged heart, heart failure and severe oedema (swelling).
  • Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (also called ‘wet brain’) is a thiamin-deficiency disease linked to alcohol excess and a thiamin-deficient diet. Alcohol reduces thiamin absorption in the gut and increases its excretion from the kidneys. Symptoms of the disease include involuntary movement of the eyeball, paralysis of the eye muscle, staggering and mental confusion.

B2 - Riboflavin

B2 is primarily involved in energy production and helps vision and skin health. 

  • Sources of riboflavin include milk, yoghurt, cottage cheese, wholegrain breads and cereals, egg white, leafy green vegetables, meat, yeast, liver and kidney.
  • Riboflavin deficiency (ariboflavinosis) is usually seen along with other B-group vitamin deficiencies. People at risk include those who consume excessive amounts of alcohol and those who do not consume milk or milk products. Symptoms include an inflamed tongue (painful, smooth, purple-red tongue), cracks and redness in the tongue and corners of the mouth, anxiety, inflamed eyelids and sensitivity to light, hair loss, reddening of the cornea and skin rash.

B3 - Niacin

B3 is essential for the body to convert food into energy. It helps maintain skin health and supports the nervous and digestive systems. Unlike other B-group vitamins, niacin is very heat stable and little is lost in cooking. 

  • Sources include meats, fish, poultry, milk, eggs, wholegrain breads and cereals, nuts, mushrooms and all protein-containing foods.
  • Niacin deficiency (pellagra) – people who drink excessive amounts of alcohol or live on a diet almost exclusively based on corn are at risk of pellagra. Others causes are associated with digestive problems where the body does not absorb niacin efficiently. The main symptoms of pellagra are commonly referred to as the three Ds – dementia, diarrhoea and dermatitis. Other symptoms include an inflamed and swollen tongue, irritability, loss of appetite, mental confusion, weakness and dizziness. This disease can lead to death if not treated.

B5 - Pantothenic Acid

B5 is needed to metabolise carbohydrates, proteins, fats and alcohol as well as produce red blood cells and steroid hormones. 

Sources include liver, meats, milk, kidneys, eggs, yeast, peanuts and legumes.

B5 deficiency symptoms include loss of appetite, fatigue and insomnia, constipation, vomiting and intestinal distress.

B6 - Pyridoxine

B6 is needed for protein and carbohydrate metabolism, the formation of red blood cells and certain brain chemicals. It influences brain processes and development, immune function and steroid hormone activity.

  • Sources include cereal grains and legumes, green and leafy vegetables, fish and shellfish, meat and poultry, nuts, liver and fruit..
  • There is some evidence that vitamin B6 may be useful in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome and PMS.
  • Pyridoxine deficiency is seen in people who drink excessive alcohol, women (especially when on the contraceptive pill), the elderly and people with thyroid issues. Symptoms include insomnia, depression, anaemia, smooth tongue and cracked corners of the mouth, irritability, muscle twitching, convulsions, confusion and dermatitis.

B7 - Biotin

B7 is needed for energy metabolism, fat synthesis, amino acid metabolism and glycogen synthesis.

Sources include cauliflower, egg yolks, peanuts, liver, chicken, yeast and mushrooms.

B7 deficiency symptoms include pale or grey skin, cracked sore tongue, depression, hallucinations, abnormal heart actions, loss of appetite, nausea, dry skin and scaly dermatitis, hair loss, muscle pain, and weakness and fatigue.

B9 - Folic Acid

B9 is needed to form red blood cells which carry oxygen around the body. It helps DNA synthesis and cell growth. Women of child-bearing age need a diet rich in folate as it helps the development of the fetal nervous system.

B9 is important to reduce risks such as spina bifida in the baby.

  • Sources include green leafy vegetables, legumes, seeds, liver, poultry, eggs, cereals and citrus fruits. Flour used in bread making (except for flour in breads listed as ‘organic’) has been fortified with folic acid.
  • Deficiency symptoms include weight loss, tiredness, fatigue and weakness, folate-deficiency anaemia (megaloblastic anaemia) and (during pregnancy) an increased risk of a neural tube defects such as spina bifida for the baby.

Vitamin B12 as Methylcobalamin

Most supplements use the much cheaper cyanocobalamin, @ $1,800/kilo, instead of the much more expensive Methylcobalamin @ over $3,000/kilo. Methylcobalamin is absorbed much more effectively by the body.

Vitamin B12 helps to produce and maintain the myelin surrounding nerve cells, mental ability, red blood cell formation and the breaking down of some fatty acids and amino acids to produce energy.

Sources include liver, meat, milk, cheese and eggs, almost anything of animal origin, soy products, fortified cereals (choose an organic, non-GMO brand), fortified almond milk (brands vary), fortified coconut milk (brands vary), some vegan protein powders, and two of the best sources are  nutritional yeast and spirulina.

Although it’s possible to obtain all the B vitamins you need from vegan foods, you should take specific caution to take a Vitamin B12 supplement if you don’t consume at least one teaspoon of spirulina per day or at least 1-2 tablespoons of nutritional yeast per day. Both those sources in the specified amounts provide over 100% of the daily values.

Vitamin B12 deficiency is most commonly found in the elderly, vegans and breastfed babies of vegan mothers. Symptoms include tiredness and fatigue, lack of appetite, weight loss, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, vision loss, smooth tongue and mental problems, such as depression and memory loss.

The Missing Vitamin B4

There is no known artificial or natural Vitamin B4 available which is why it’s not in this, or any other, dietary supplement.

Also known as Adenine, there are several food sources for vitamin B4, which you should make sure to include in your daily diet. A large number of fresh fruits and vegetables are able to provide you with the right amounts of Vitamin B4, which include apples, oranges, bananas, edible seeds, tomatoes and green leafy vegetables. It is possible to enrich your vitamin B 4 intakes by consuming raw honey, Propolis derived products, and bee pollen.

Vitamin B4 can also be found in good quality whole grains, whole breads, and numerous herbs and herbal extracts such as blue cohosh, caraway, catnip, cloves, hawthorn, jojoba, sage, rose hips, kelp, spearmint, strawberry, yucca, couch grass, ginger or golden seal.

Generally, a daily diet that includes sufficient and balanced intakes of complex carbohydrates – including the plant-based food listed - should be able to prevent dangerous imbalances that may lead to a deficiency.

Potential antagonists of vitamin B4 (that would counteract its effects) are generally the same as for most B complex vitamins and include coffee, tea, cocoa, mineral water, overcooked foods, refined and processed foods, toxins including herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers, alcohol.

Getting sufficient amounts of B vitamins inside your body is important for the normal functioning of vital organs and body functions. You should remember that all B vitamins are water soluble, so you need to be constantly supplying them to your body.

Created For Modern Life

NeuraBoost is designed to meet today’s needs. This revolutionary formula with genuine ingredients at the right dose has been carefully developed with our total commitment to your needs. We are not an MLM or pharmaceutical company and have a policy of Always Honest Pricing, so you get the best value for money as well as premium ingredients every time.

What Do Get Your Boom! Back Supplements Do?

Designed to harmonise and correct imbalances in the complete human system with a focus on awakening the pineal gland, balancing the chakras (the power centres in your body) and realigning the meridians (the energetic pathways in your body).

When your body is in balance you naturally have more energy, better sleep, improved love life, faster recovery from exercise, accident or illness and a much improved mental outlook. 

We only manufacture in the USA, Germany and the UK. So you can be confident of quality, purity, traceability.

What To Do?

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Simply follow the instructions on the product bottle.

You can find more information on The Science Behind webpage: https://www.getyourboomback.com/pages/science-and-technology.  

And on the Frequently Asked Questions page: https://getyourboomback.ladesk.com.

 

Sources:

http://www.nutraingredients-usa.com/Research/Low-selenium-B6-B12-linked-to-daily-difficulties

https://examine.com/supplements/Selenium

https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/healthyliving/vitamin-b

http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=195038&resultclick=1