Improvement of learning ability

Refined fish oil EPA28%

Refined fish oil is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, especially EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), which are considered to have potential benefits in improving children's learning ability. DHA is one of the main components of brain structure, and both EPA and DHA have an important impact on the normal development and function of the nervous system. These two fatty acids play a key role in the formation of neuron membranes and are important in maintaining nerve conduction, promoting learning and memory, and improving cognitive abilities.

L-phenylalanine    98%

L-Phenylalanine is the precursor for the synthesis of the neurotransmitter dopamine in the body, and dopamine is closely related to learning, memory, cognitive functions and other aspects in the brain. Therefore, it is thought that L-phenylalanine supplementation may increase dopamine synthesis, thereby positively affecting learning and memory abilities in children. 

NMN 99%

NMN is the precursor of coenzyme NAD+ and is involved in regulating cellular energy metabolism and cell function. Research shows that maintenance of NAD+ levels is critical to the normal function of neurons. NMN supplementation may help increase NAD+ levels, improve energy metabolism of brain cells and slow down the aging process, thereby positively affecting learning and memory functions. In addition, some studies have also pointed out that NMN may affect the stability of neural networks by promoting the normal release of neurotransmitters, thereby improving learning ability. 

Improvement of motivation and focus

Rosemary extract  Rosmarinic acid 5%-20%

Research shows that rosmarinic acid may help improve cognitive function, including concentration, by improving blood flow to the brain, reducing neuroinflammation, and affecting neurotransmitters. In addition, the aroma of rosemary is also thought to have a certain regulatory effect on mood and attention. 

L-Phenylalanine 98%

As a precursor of dopamine, L-phenylalanine is involved in the synthesis of neurotransmitters, and dopamine is closely related to attention, learning and mood regulation in the brain. Therefore, it is thought that L-phenylalanine supplementation may help increase dopamine levels, thereby having a positive impact on children's ability to focus. 

Increased growth hormone

L-Arginine 98%

Studies have shown that L-arginine supplementation can stimulate the secretion of growth hormone in children, especially during the peak period of growth hormone secretion at night. This effect may be related to the process of L-arginine synthesizing nitrogen monoxide (NO) in the body, and NO is considered to be involved in regulating the release of growth hormone. 

L-Ornithine 98%

L-Ornithine is involved in protein synthesis and other biochemical processes in the body. Research shows that L-ornithine can promote the release of growth hormone by affecting the synthesis of nitric oxide (NO).