Your Brain Shrinks as You Age
As you age, your brain, including the gray matter in it, shrinks—this is true even if you’re healthy. Gray matter controls many of the “active” things you do every day: learning and memory, motor control, balance, and coordination.
When your gray matter shrinks as part of normal aging, those functions can be significantly affected. Over your lifetime, you can lose up to 20% of your brain volume.
Matter Slows Brain Atrophy
What causes this brain loss? Research has shown that having lots of the amino acid homocysteine in the blood is correlated with brain atrophy in healthy older adults.
The good news? Homocysteine levels respond to the availability of B vitamins. This is where Matter comes in. To unlock the benefits of B vitamins for brain health, Matter contains a tri-vitamin complex that was developed with Oxford and is clinically proven and patented to slow the brain volume loss that happens as we age. Doctors and world-renowned researchers recommend Matter for long-term brain health.
See the Oxford Study
“The results were more strikingly positive than we could have dreamt.”
A. David Smith, Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford, Founding Director of OPTIMA, and Elysium Scientific Advisory Board member.
Our Ingredients and Quality
Matter is a breakthrough in consumer health and contains: A tri-vitamin complex developed with Oxford clinically proven to slow brain atrophy, a next-generation, EPA and DHA omega-3 in powder form that is 4x more readily absorbed than standard fish oils, and a special antioxidant: bilberry anthocyanins.
Harnessing the Oxford findings, each element in Matter’s formulation was selected for performance and quality, and specially dosed for efficacy. Matter is third-party tested by independent labs both during and after manufacture for purity and quality, and is independently verified as NSF Certified for Sport.
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