Prevention is the only real cure for dementia
Dementia is a multifactorial disease. Research points to the increase in luteinizing hormone (LH) at menopause as one major factor in developing dementia and cognitive decline later in life. Brain Love’s propriety formula is designed to balance your hormones naturally through these changes in hormone levels in order to protect your brain.
Did you know?
68% of those diagnosed with dementia are women, typically getting the disease at a younger age than men.
If you've had a hysterectomy, you have a 30% more likely chance to develop dementia.
Diet & SLEEP
Diet and sleep can reduce the risk of developing dementia by up to 53% and improve verbal memory.
How Brain Love can help
Brain Love Health is addressing the hormonal imbalance between luteinizing hormone (LH) and estrogen by providing natural nutritional supplements specifically designed to begin in your forties, fifties, and sixties, and formulated to minimize the negative effects of LH.
At menopause, estrogen decreases and a different hormone called luteinizing hormone (LH) increases. Research has shown this hormonal imbalance may be a causative factor leading to dementia.
Feel your best from the inside out
While Brain Love uses its proprietary formula to support long-term cognitive function, it simultaneously nourishes the whole body giving your brain a solid support system today and long-term.
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