I have always been an ambitious person, probably to a fault. For as long as I can remember, I have pushed myself to achieve greatness. I am always dreaming bigger, wanting more, and never giving up. Ambitious people want to “be somebody” — they want to do more, do things smarter and better, and exceed goals.
Enter truBrain. A company that believes the only weapon for ambitious people to get more important things done is simply by being efficient. Just putting in more hours is not a unique advantage anymore. Nootropics are here to save the day! TruBrain helps people perform and be productive.
Based on big data and neurotechnology, they developed a line of products to help you be present and productive; using proven ingredients, which you can think of as superfoods for the brain. We workout, meditate, and change our diet to affect our thought processes and body’s performance. truBrain is attempting to reinvent the routine by delivering products that are based on the biology of focus and productivity, driven by neurotech data.
What Is truBrain
Active nootropics to improve genuine focus, concentration, alertness, and synergy
Nutrients to help reduce stress, retrieve memories, improve certain cognitive functions, and maintain our brain’s health
Vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO
Donates a portion of all proceeds to UCLA’s Brain Research Institute
Their team of neuroscientists selected the safest, most studied, and most effective ingredients for achieving a focused state of mind. Crafted with the perfect amounts of active nootropics. Loaded with amino acids to fuel the thinking process.
Each box contains packets of the boost blend for those days when you need a boost. The boost is powered by oxiracetam. Oxiracetam is a more powerful, but lesser known version of piracetam. truBrain was designed by top Neuroscientists who have been studying cognitive optimization for decades–led by Dr. Andrew Hill and Dr. Aida Attar of UCLA. truBrain’s goal is to give you the competitive edge of focused cognitive performance as an everyday alternative to over-reliance on caffeine and energy capsules.
I haven’t tried truBrain specifically, but I can confirm that oxiracetam is good stuff! If that’s what’s in truBrain, then it’s gotta be pretty good at least.