Your health is our number 1 priority.
Every product we manufacture uses superior, quality tested ingredients that are supported with double-blind, placebo controlled clinical studies and in the optimal dosages to be most effective for your brain health.
Our scientific team has more than 80 years combined experience in regulatory science and formula development in dietary supplements. Combined, they have been involved with more than 8 supplement product launches and more than 20 pharmaceutical clinical trials.
Every ingredient we use is tested for both purity and potency using High-Performance Liquid Chromatography. This expensive technique is used to test for quantity and quality of each of ingredient to ensures you only get the best of the best for your health.
The difference of Simple Smart Science:
It is very expense to follow these extreme quality processes. So expensive, in fact, that most, if not almost all, of the supplement industry may skip one or more of these steps.
We want to make sure that our products meet the claims on the label so that they work like the studies show and the only way to accomplish this is to follow these extraordinarily high standards.
The ingredients I just talked about make up a formula that is not available in any stores or anywhere else online.
The only place you can get MindBoost™ Day is from Simple Smart Science.
Not only does MindBoost Day contain no fillers, artificial flavors or preservatives, but there are no stimulants like Caffeine in it (a favorite of our competitors so that you ‘feel’ something).
It is approved for vegetarians, is gluten free and is even safe for vegans as it has no animal products in it, even in the capsules.
With our 120 Day money back guarantee, you have everything to gain and nothing to lose.
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To your memories,
Julia Lundstrom, Neuroscience and Brain Health Educator