Sixth Sense™

Brain Boost Nootropic

+Contains Ingredients Who’s Research Suggests Helps:

+Improve Mental Clarity and Focus

+Boost Long and Short Term Memory

+Improve Mood

+Increase Creativity

+Increase Concentration

+Increase Intelligence

+Improve Learning

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Whether your a college student cramming for the next test, an athlete trying to study the play book, or a busy mom trying to keep up with her kids; Sixth Sense™ can help you be at your mental best. With over 40 ingredients, our powerful new supplement blows our competition out of the woods. With today’s GMO driven food industry and environmental stressors, our brains struggle to keep up. With one serving a day, you can give your brain the nutrients it needs to stay young, healthy, and able to adapt to whatever life throws at it.  At Bold Buck Nutrition™ we love transparency. Please take the following warnings seriously.

While there are studies that support this supplements claims, Sixth Sense™ should never be taken in place of prescription medications if needed. We implore you, contact your healthcare provider before starting any type of supplementation. This product is not a miracle cure for anything and will not make up for poor diet, exercise, lifestyle choices, and/or real medical issues.

+These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

How it works

Sixth Sense™ works in several different ways.

+It contains a powerful blend of free radical fighting antioxidants. These antioxidants help fight the aging process and aid in your bodies defense against environmental stress.

+It can help naturally inhibit the breakdown of acetylcholine, which is the brain’s neurotransmitter responsible for new memory formation and memory storage.

+Research suggests it can help the cells in your brain communicate better with each other. By doing so, it can aid cognitive abilities such as concentration, focus, memory, learning, and mood.

We prefer to let the ingredients do the talking. Each one has a very special and effective way of contributing to Sixth Sense™. Get an in depth look at our powerful ingredients to learn exactly how they work


Vitamin A

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It is common knowledge that this vitamin greatly improves eye health and blood flow. It is also an extremely powerful antioxidant. But new research suggests Vitamin A can help aid in nerve repair. It has also been noted that Vitamin A deficiency during pregnancy showed a higher rate of memory problems.

Vitamin C

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If there was a vitamin that could be classified as a superhero, vitamin C would be it! Besides helping us fight infections, the common cold, heart disease, and ton of other nasty stuff. Scientists are now seeing the connection between vitamin C and brain health. Vitamin C helps create the neurotransmitters noradrenaline and serotonin. Talk about a super vitamin!

Vitamin D

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New research about vitamin D is very exciting in the brain health community. It has been linked to a ton of cognitive benefits. Vitamin D helps inhibit the breakdown of acetylcholine, which is the brain’s neurotransmitter for new memory formation and memory storage. Also it is impossible for your brain to synthesize neurotransmitters like dopamine and norepinephrine without vitamin D.

Vitamin E

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Scientists have recently began studying vitamin E again for brain function qualities. It is a powerful antioxidant in and of itself but studies show people with Alzheimer’s were more likely to have a vitamin E deficiency.

Thiamin B1

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Thiamine deficiency has been attributed to a number of health problems such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. It can also cause memory problems, confusion, lack of mental clarity, fatigue, and brain fog. One of the most interesting benefits associated with Thiamine supplementation is the boost to overall mood. This boost is present even when there wasn’t any type of vitamin deficiency.

Riboflavin B2

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Riboflavin deficiency has been linked to gastrointestinal problems, nutrient absorption, and eye issues (mainly cataracts and night blindness). Riboflavin plays a role in thyroxine metabolism. Riboflavin deficiency may contribute to mental illness because of this.

Niacin B3

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Niacin is used to help treat a lot of different issues. Some of these include high cholesterol, diabetes, improving skin tone, migraines, and reducing inflammation. Recently it has been recognized as a powerful brain health supplement. It is used to help treat ADHD, depression, memory loss, and Alzheimer’s. It does this by making our digestive systems more efficient. This is known as feed efficiency and is very powerful. Essentially we absorb more nutrients from the food we are eating. 

Vitamin B6

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Vitamin B6 might be the most important of the B family of vitamins for brain health. This essential compound is utilized in energy metabolism as well as the production of neurotransmitters. Vitamin B6 deficiency can lead to decreased cognitive ability, lack of focus, low energy, brain tissue damage and even Alzheimer’s. Taking amounts above daily recommended dosage may increase not only mental but physical energy levels as well. It may also help boost communication between brain cells and even slow down brain damage due to aging.

Folate, Folic Acid, Folacin

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New research suggests that folic acid helps rapid reproduction of neural stem cells. This has a huge effect on brain and nerve repair. New study’s also show that when folic acid is supplemented with other B vitamins (like the ones found in Sixth Sense), brain tissue shrinkage was slowed by up to 90%!

Biotin

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Biotin improves memory and stabilizes mood.  Biotin is also necessary for the nervous system to work properly. It helps keep neurotransmitters in the brain functioning at a high level. This in turn increases cognitive function, memory and well-being.  Biotin is also necessary for the production of leucine and homocysteine, which are amino acids linked to brain health.

Pantothenic Acid

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Also known as B5, it is extremely important for brain and nervous system health. Low levels of Pantothenic acid can result in your body not being able to synthesize acetylcholine. This is very bad news. as we know, higher levels of acetylcholine are linked to increased neuroplasticity, better concentration, improved clarity, focus, and information comprehension. 

Calcium

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We all know calcium is needed for strong bones and teeth, but research shows calcium is just as important for brain health. Calcium ions in and around brain and nerve cells are key components in cell communication. If there isn’t enough calcium ions, cells cannot activate the proper proteins for cell communication.

Iron

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Your nerve and brain cells are wrapped in a protective coating called myelin. This important coating is made up of protein, cholesterol, and water. It also contains a large amount of iron. This white insulating substance increase the speed in which nerve signals are sent. If this layer breaks down cognitive decline is fast and devastating. Studies have been done on children with low iron and the results were nothing short of eye opening. They scored very poorly on math and science exams compared to other healthy children. 

Iodine

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Iodine deficiency is the main cause of brain damage in childhood. Many adults suffer from iodine deficiency as well. In both cases cognitive functions are severely effected. Iodine deficiency during pregnancy not only results in brain damage to the baby, but also low birth weight, premature birth, and increased perinatal and infant mortality. Even a diet a little low in iodine can cause fatigue, depression, and weight gain. Needless to say this element is one of the most important substances for your body.

Magnesium

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Magnesium helps our brain be more “plastic”. Specifically it increases synaptic plasticity. What this means is our brains are able to “bounce back” more easily. Its easier to endure stress and recover from damage.

Zinc

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 Zinc is an essential mineral known to help your body in many different areas. It can help wounds heal faster, improve skin, fight cancer, and shorten the length of a cold. New research has shown its amazing abilities to help memory and overall cognitive balance. It has also been used to help lower the occurrence of epileptic seizures. All this is accomplished by regulating communication between neurons and the hippocampus to improve memory and learning

Selenium

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Selenium is an extremely important trace mineral. It is known as one of the “master antioxidants”. Without it we would not be able to take in fish and other types of oils. This is because these oils tend to go rancid and can be damaging to our cells. Selenium stops this from happening. It is also critical for thyroid hormone production. Low selenium has been linked to depression, especially in pregnant women. And has been used to improve cognitive function in Alzheimer patients. It was tested in a retirement home and after 6 weeks a substantial amount of residents had a decrease in depressive behavior.

Copper

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Copper is very important for brain health. It has many uses including cellular respiration. This is the process of making ATP and removing waste. Another benefit of copper is it helps antioxidants remove toxic free radicals in our brain and body. It also aids in the delivery of oxygen to brain cells. Another benefit of copper is it helps pass along signals from our nerve synapses. This makes our thinking, memory, and learning all faster.

Manganese

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This trace mineral is a real team player. It helps all other nutrients and minerals work together in harmony. Manganese is mainly used to create collagen. Having an ample supply helps stop bone loss and keeps joints healthy. It also aids in digestion by helping break down carbohydrates and fats. It also helps activate powerful antioxidant enzymes that fight off free radicals. Amazingly it also helps regulate blood sugar, cholesterol, and increases nerve health.

Chromium

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Chromium has been linked to a number health benefits. It can help regulate insulin and boost metabolism. But recent research shows great promise in brain health. Specifically memory. After chromium supplementation, brain scans showed activation of specific parts of the brain specific to memory.

Molybdenum

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Molybdenum plays age huge role in activating the enzyme aldehyde dehydrogenase (ADH). The ADH enzyme is essential for the breakdown of the neurotransmitters epinephrine, norepinephrine, serotonin, and melatonin. The rate at which these neurotransmitters breakdown directly correlates to their rate of synthesis and availability for our nervous system. Molybdenum is also required to form proteins called amidoxime reducing component proteins (mARC).. These proteins have a substantial role in mitochondrial function.

Potassium

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Potassium supplementation can make it easier to learn. Your body uses potassium channels to send signals. The neuron cells in your brain create electrical signals generated by potassium in each cell. It has also been shown to increase memory and help with confusion in the elderly. Another big way potassium helps brain function is by decreasing oxidation damage. This happens when free radicals show up in the brain. A 20 day study showing free radical levels in the brain after potassium supplementation was eye opening. The amount of free radicals decreased significantly. This has a profound effect on stopping brain damage.

Dimethylaminoethanol

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Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) is an amino acid compound that is produced in the brain. In Europe, it is sold as a prescription drug called Deanol or Deaner which is used to treat Alzheimer’s and other memory problems. Dimethylaminoethanol is also used in skin creams and anti-aging treatments.  It is a building block for Choline, which as we know, is used to create acetylcholine. This is critical for memory, learning, mental sharpness, and mood. DMAE has amazing bio availability. This means more of the active ingredient is able to be used in the brain.

L-Glutamine

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L-Glutamine has been around for quite some time. Bodybuilders and health minded people have been using it everyday as part of their supplement stacks. Well now the secret is out about L-Glutamine’s effect on the brain. L-Glutamine strengthens the brain by increasing neurotransmitters. L-Glutamine has been used to treat ADHD, anxiety, and depression. L-Glutamine boosts brain function by increasing glutamic acid and gamma-aminobutyric acid, two of the most important neurotransmitters in the brain. By doing so, the brain is able to function faster and more efficiently. L-Glutamine is also believed to help detox the brain. It does this by removing metabolic residue. It also acts a stimulant, making paying attention and focusing much easier. 

Bacopin

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This herb has had alot of interest lately in the scientific community. Some studies show this herb helps improve memory and processing speed. It also imrpoves learning time and general cognitive abilities. Bacopin has also been shown to act as an adaptogen. It may actually help counter the effects of stress. It also seems to be a powerful antioxident and can help repair damage from free radicals as well as aging. Last but certainly not least this powerful herb has also been shown to have the ability to help against anxiety and depression.

L-Pyroglutamic Acid

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This nutrient has been shown to help memory, learning, anxiety, and focus by increasing the activity of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. It may also be used in the production of the neurotransmitters gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and glycine. Studies suggest it helps with brain cell communication and the bodies ability to manage stress. It is also great for helping stay focused during a long workout.

Phosphatidylserine

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Phosphatidylserine (PS) is a phospholipid that is found in all cells, but is mostly concentrated in the membranes of brain cells. This makes up about 70% the brains nerve tissue mass. Phosphatidylserine stimulates the release of dopamine, which increases mood and well being. It also increases the production of acetylcholine. Again extremely important to all aspects of cognitive function. It also increases efficiency in the brain by enhancing brain glucose metabolism. There are numerous other benefits including reduced cortisol levels, restoring nerve cell membranes, and higher activity of nerve growth factor (NGF). New research shows that supplementation with phosphatidylserine can not only slow but might even reverse the decline of learning, memory, mood, concentration, and word recall related to dementia and aging.

Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) Concentrate

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We could dedicate an entire website to this Omega 3 Fatty acid. Study after study show that this nutrient is one of the best things we can put in our bodies. Not only does it improve cognitive function and slow the decline of neurological disorders. It can also help fight against Alzheimer’s, depression, vision impairment, intelligence, cardiovascular health, heart attack, stroke, crohns, and even cancer!

Choline

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Choline is used to create acetylcholine. As we all know acetylcholine is the holy grail of brain health. It literally helps in every facet of brain health. From muscle reactions, fluid intelligence, learning, memory, mood, focus, concentration. This makes choline extremely important, especially to post menopausal women. Studys have shown these woman are the most likely to not be getting enough choline in there diet.

Inositol

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Inositol is a carbohydrate. It is found in grains, fruits, beans, and nuts. Inositol helps Choline and GABA work better and more efficiently. It does this by helping them bind to receptors in the brain. It also does a great deal in regulating Serotonin receptors. Because of this inositol can increase your mood as well as cognitive function. It has been shown to have a positive effect on anxiety, depression, and memory.

N-Acetyl Tyrosine

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This amino acid has a ton of different functions in the body. From Brain health to and cell growth and recovery. N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine plays a huge role in all of them. It can reduce stress, help your focus, and make nerve communication in the brain more efficient. It does this is several different ways. In a complicated process it is converted into L-Dopa, which is used to create dopamine. This can improve mood drastically. L-Dopa can also convert to melanin. This helps remove harmful metals and toxins from the brain.

Bilberry Fruit

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Closely related to the north american blueberry, Bilberrys were used by british pilots to aid in there vision at night. This fruit contains vitamins that belong to the anthocyanin group. These nutrients fight toxins in the body, and increase blood flow by strengthening capillaries.This improved blood flow aids aging of the eyes and brain. Bilberrys also contain the nutrients quercetin and resveratrol. These nutrients also fight aging and free radical damage.

Gamma Aminobutyric Acid

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Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) is an important neurotransmitter that is produced in the brain. Its function is to stop excited nerve impulses. This enables GABA to calm the neurons which have been stimulated to a point of excitement. Excited nerve impulses keep us in a state of constant agitation and unable to feel calm or relaxed.

Grape Skin Extract and Activin

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Grape skin extract is commonly used to reduce stress and inflammation in the brain and boosting memory. Recent studies show it may help prevent some brain damage associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Activin is a trade marked formula made from grape seed extract. Grape seed extract contains polyphenols and pterostilbene resveratrol. These compounds have been in the press lately for their anti-aging effects and possible life extension qualities.

Vinpocetine

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Vinpocetine is a biosynthetic alkaloid, harvested from Vincamine extract which is found in the periwinkle plant. Vinpocetine can increase blood-flow to the brain. This has both long and short term brain and nervous system benefits. It is sold as a prescription drug in Germany under the brand name Cavinton. It is used to treat memory loss, age related mental decline, and ischemic stroke survivors.

Trace Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate

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Electrolytes have many important functions in the brain. They control osmosis, this helps fluid equalize in the body and keep cells healthy. They also help control how acidic or alkaline your body becomes. This is extremely important to body and brain health. If your body goes to far in either direction it can have dire consequences. They also carry electrical charges. This helps in nerve and brain communication and efficiency. The addition of an electrolyte concentrate helps all the ingredients in Sixth Sense work faster and better.

Huperzine A

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Also known as Club moss. It is a Chinese plant that when purified results in the supplement known as Huperzine A. This natural supplement is known to improve memory. It is commonly used to help treat Alzheimer’s disease. Huperzine A does this by increasing acetylcholine in the brain. Again this can lead to better information retention, memory formation, concentration, mental clarity, and focus.

Boron

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Boron appears to have a positive effect on the brain and central nervous system. Inadequate boron intake can contribute to a lack of energy and focus. A class of medical students were given either a three milligram supplement of boron or a placebo daily for three months. At the end of the study both the students and their teacher were asked to predict which of them had been taking the boron supplement and which the placebo. The students’ predictions were pretty accurate but the teacher got it right in 92% of cases!

Vanadium

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Research suggests that vanadium deficiency can result in reduced growth and impaired reproduction. These studies were done on animals. More research is being done.Test results suggest that vanadium has an effect on adrenergic pathways which increase behavioral activity, thought processes, and alertness. It has also been used to help with tremors; vertigo; hysteria and melancholia. Only a small amount is needed and as such we use Vanadyl sulfate 5mg containing 19% vanadium equals less than 1mg.

HOW TO TAKE

Sixth Sense Brain Boost Nootropic

Directions: As a dietary supplement take two (2) veggie capsules once a day. For best results take 20-30 min before a meal with an 8oz. glass of water or as directed by your healthcare professional.

 

 

 

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