The Supplement Will Cole Swears By For Cognitive Performance & Longevity
More people are dealing with cognitive function and mental health challenges today than ever before. "There are a ton of brain concerns in our modern society," says functional medicine expert Will Cole, IFMCP, DNM, D.C.
"These cognitive health and mental well-being issues span everything from attention span and memory to executive function, stress, and mood balance."
As our knowledge of neuroscience advances, it's becoming clear that the best way to promote brain longevity is by implementing a holistic and proactive approach that incorporates nutritional strategies and lifestyle habits that deliver brain support.
That's why Cole utilizes mindbodygreen's brain guard+ to help enhance his clients' cognitive well-being.*
Why Will Cole trusts brain guard+.
"It's a multidimensional nootropic blend, and it's been shown to improve cognitive performance (i.e., alertness and focus) and just overall improve brainpower throughout your day,"* he explains.
This comprehensive formula is jam-packed with efficacious doses of evidence-based ingredients to support brain health:*
- Citicoline: A critical neuronutrient clinically shown to enhance brain cell membrane formation, increase mental ATP energy, and improve overall memory1 throughout the life span.
- Resveratrol: A potent antioxidant found to increase cerebral blood flow2, combat oxidative stress, and enhance cognitive task performance3.
- Kanna: A unique botanical from South Africa shown to strengthen stress resilience, enhance mental well-being, and improve executive function and cognitive flexibility4.
"Whether you're 25 or 75, no matter who you are, it's a good time to support your brain health," Cole says. He's right—it's never too late (or too early) to nurture your cognitive health.
Morgan Chamberlain is a supplement editor at mindbodygreen. She graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Science degree in magazine journalism and a minor in nutrition. Chamberlain believes in taking small steps to improve your well-being—whether that means eating more plant-based foods, checking in with a therapist weekly, or spending quality time with your closest friends. When she isn’t typing away furiously at her keyboard, you can find her cooking in the kitchen, hanging outside, or doing a vinyasa flow.