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Multiple studies on humans, animals, and cells verify Cera-Q potency and efficacy as an anti-aging compound for the brain. The process for isolating Cera-Q is somewhat complex. Researchers place the silkworm cocoon in a mixture containing water and proprietary enzymes to isolate the fibroin protein found into a combination of short chains of amino acids called peptides. Cera-Q is a specially prepared, proprietary enzymatic hydro lysate of fibroin protein from silkworm cocoons intended to support brain health and mental functions. Historically silk protein hydrolysates have been consumed as food and in traditional Asian medicine for its purported health benefits, and its use as a prepared nutraceutical spawned from biomedical research on the hydrolysate.
CERA-Q is Silk Protein Hydrolsate and the main ingredient in Natrol Cognium. CERA-Q (also known as Brain Factor-7) is a protein which is extracted from the threads of silkworm cocoons. Originally, this ingredient comes from traditional Korean medicine. It is also completely stimulant-free unlike some of the other cognitive boosters on the market. This patent pending, clinically tested, enzymatically produced ingredient derived from silkworm (Bombyx mori) cocoon fibroin protein comprises a unique amino acid profile.
Backed by multiple human clinical trials, Cera-Q® silk protein hydrolysate has been demonstrated to help promote memory in normal, healthy individuals. Bioactive peptides such as those in silkworm cocoon have many different properties including anti-oxidant, cholesterol lowering, and cardiovascular effects, and may therefore support brain and cognitive function. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of 3 weeks of supplementation with a silk fibroin protein extract (Cera-Q) on memory, cognitive function and mood.
Support healthy cognitive function with Cognium by Natrol. Cognium features Cera-Q, a protein found in silkworm cocoons. Contains no milk, egg, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans, yeast, artificial colors or flavors.
Inspired by Eastern medicine, M1ND™is a memory and concentration dietary supplement made with l-theanine and CERA-Q™, clinically proven proteins derived from silkworm cocoons. M1ND is a dietary supplement made with L-Theanine, GABA (Gamma-aminobutyric acid), N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine & CERA-Q, clinically proven proteins derived from. Cera-Q is a natural substance also assists with brain function and memory.
Beta-amyloid plaque builds up in the brain as we age. This plaque is very harmful, and can. M1ND™ is a dietary supplement featuring clinically shown CERA-Q™ that supports memory and L-Theanine that helps reduce distraction.*. Inspired by Eastern medicine, M1ND is a dietary supplement made with L-Theanine, GABA (Gamma-aminobutyric acid), N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine and CERA-Q, clinically proven proteins derived from silkworm cocoons.
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