Omega 3s Found To Help Brain Fog In New Nutraceutical

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Studies show omega 3s ward off sluggish brain. New Rx nutraceutical, EnLyte, contains "body ready" PS-Gold Omega 3s, according to JayMac Pharmaceuticals, LLC.

Brain fog effects everyone from time to time, but when it becomes an everyday battle, it's time to get help.

This dilemma is frustrating for those who suffer from it, and can come from many sources: chronic fatigue syndrome, menopause, depression, and MS to name a few. While dietary sources of Omega 3s are available, with our busy lifestyles, a complete supplement is often in order.

Science has the answer in Omega 3s-DHA and EPA-shown to significantly help lift the fog and improve cognitive function. A new nutraceutical, EnLyte, contains highly refined "body ready" Omega 3s that mimic the structure of fatty acids found in the brain, and is taken in one easy gelcap per day.

A 2010 study published in Clinical Interventions in Aging showed a 42% increase in recall ability after 6 weeks of taking PS Omega 3s: "the key finding of this exploratory study indicates that PS-omega-3 may have a favorable effect on memory recall in subjects with subjective memory complaints, specifically on the ability to store, hold, and retrieve information...". [The Omega 3s contained in this new, exciting nutraceutical are uniquely conjugated to phospholipids, in the form of PS-DHA and PS-EPA, derived from soy instead of animal sources, and mimic the structure of the fatty acids typically found in the healthy brain.

Phospholipids are essential for neuronal and especially for synaptic structure and play key roles in the signaling dopamine and serotonin, important chemicals in regulating mood and focus.

If you suffer from brain fog, talk to your healthcare provider about EnLyte. For full prescribing information, visit http://www.EnLyteRx.Com.

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