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Have you ever felt drowsy, in a “brain fog” and unable to concentrate on tasks around you. Have you found yourself reaching for quick fixes such as that sugary latte, morning donut, or energy drink only to receive an immediate buzz followed by a quick and drastic crash? – At Science Natural Supplements, we do not believe in “quick fixes”. We believe in feeding your body essential vitamins and minerals designed to keep you going strong without the crash. See – when your body gets what it loves, it loves you back! – Our Neuro IQ provides you with essential vitamins and minerals designed to work with your body (not against it) to provide you with long lasting, and sustainable focus that you can use to be the best possible version of you!

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  • Vitamin A plays a critical role in your vision and healthy mental functions.
  • Vitamin B1 is a great anti-stress vitamin because it strengthens your immune system, helps regulate your blood sugar, and helps your ability to win over stressful conditions. ..
  • If you lack this essential B vitamin, your chances of heart failure, Alzheimer’s and depression are more likely— perhaps even probable… depending on your genetics.
  • Vitamin B2 is responsible for boosting your energy levels, and, supporting a healthy metabolism.
  • Vitamins B3is a critical vitamin is responsible for turning your food into energy… without it… you will feel sluggish, unhappy, and can even become severely depressed
  • Vitamin B5 is an essential B vitamin that helps your brain’s neurotransmitters fire.
  • Vitamin C aids in health skin and hair
  • Vitamin D – Healthy heart and immune support
  • Vitamin E – can assist in balancing cholesterol

Did you know that since the 1950’s, the rates of mental anxiety have gone up just as quickly as the rates of magnesium deficiency? It’s true. And would you believe that you can make any mammal feel chronic anxiety simply by removing magnesium from its diet for long enough?  That’s also true.  Sadly, magnesium deficiency is the second most common deficiency for people in developed countries like the United States.


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