Special Report from Esteemed Health Author, Lee Euler... Nature's Secret Enerfy-Booster RECHARGES Your Brain's "Batteries"
So You Can Boost Your Memory... Sharpen Your Focus... Improve Your Concentration...
and Learn Things Faster

READ ON for the hidden "Energy Crisis" that's slowing your brain's thought processes
down to a crawl...
...And discover the all-natural breakthrough that helps your mind stay sharp as a tack - No matter WHAT your age!

Dear Friend,

Your cell phone warns you when your battery gets too low.

So does your tablet ... And your laptop ...

That makes it easy to know it’s time to plug into a power source and recharge before you run out of “juice”...

...So you can continue making phone calls... sending texts... checking Facebook... and responding to emails without missing a beat.

Wouldn’t it be nice if your brain worked like that?

Just think about it...

...When the billions of “mini-batteries” in your gray matter are running out of juice, a low-battery warning would let you recharge them - before your thinking becomes sluggish... your memory gets fuzzy... and your concentration falls to pieces.

And you would be able to stay sharp and focused - no matter what your age.

But there’s no “low battery” warning for your brain, is there? And that means...

Your brain can experience an energy crisis that steals away your memory and focus

Your brain can experience an energy crisis that steals away your memory and focus

My name is Lee Euler, medical journalist and founder of Green Valley Natural Solutions. However, I’m not writing to you about memory loss and cognitive problems as just a health expert. I’ve also witnessed the devastation of mental decline firsthand.

Years ago, I watched helplessly as dementia stole my mother away from me little by little - until she didn’t even know who I was anymore.

It broke my heart.

At first, I chalked up my mother’s tragic memory loss to aging. But since then, I’ve learned something important...

Your age can’t always be blamed for your “senior moments”... your fuzzy, unfocused thinking... and the fact that you find it harder to learn new things. Something far more serious may be happening...

Your brain may be having an energy crisis.

Allow me to explain...

Each one of your brain cells contains
thousands of miniature “power plants”

Each one of your brain cells contains thousands of miniature “power plants”

The average adult human brain contains about 100 billion cells. And within each one of these cells are thousands of baked bean-shaped structures called mitochondria.

You may have heard of them. These little cell powerhouses generate energy in the form of a chemical called adenosine triphosphate (or ATP, for short) - which is similar to the type of energy you get from batteries.

ATP powers up your cells, so they can function normally. This is especially important in your brain - which gobbles up about 20% of your body’s total energy.

ATP powers up your cells, so they can function normally. This is especially important in your brain - which gobbles up about 20% of your body’s total energy.

Your brain cells never rest. They are constantly sending messages to each other and to other cells throughout your body. But they not only use up a vast amount of energy communicating with one another...

According to a study conducted at the University of Minnesota Medical School, one third of your brain’s energy goes toward cell maintenance. This is vital for keeping your brain tissue alive, healthy and functioning properly1 - so you can think and remember things quickly and easily.

But there’s a catch...

The “energy-generators” in your brain
need a steady supply of fuel
to keep you sharp and alert

The “energy-generators” in your brain need a steady supply of fuel to keep you sharp and alert

To keep your brain cells fired up and in proper working order, your mitochondria need fuel in the form of either glucose or fatty acids.

Although they don’t get as much press as glucose, fatty acids are crucial for energy production - especially in your brain and heart, where the demand for energy is high all the time.

But fatty acids can’t just waltz into your mitochondria. First, they have to make it past the mitochondria’s molecular “security guards” in its double outer membrane. And the only way they can do that is with an “authorized escort” - an amino acid called carnitine (or L-carnitine).

The main purpose of carnitine is to help cells all over your body turn those fatty acids into energy, so you can imagine how important carnitine is to your health. Fortunately, it’s found in foods - like red meat, poultry, fish and dairy products. And your body makes it as well. But despite all that...

You may not be getting enough carnitine
to keep your brain firing on all cylinders

You may not be getting enough carnitine to keep your brain firing on all cylinders

Yes, even though your body can make carnitine - and you can get it in some foods - you still may not have enough.

Your levels of carnitine may be too low...

And that’s a problem, because if you’re deficient in carnitine, it can wreak havoc with both your memory and concentration.

But even if you’re perfectly healthy - and get plenty of meat and dairy in your diet - scientists have found that...

You need even MORE carnitine to battle
the brain "rust" that’s slowly
stealing away your memory

You need even MORE carnitine to battle the brain "rust" that’s slowly stealing away your memory

Your mitochondria use a lot of oxygen to create energy in your brain cells - roughly 20% of all that you breathe in. As a result, they produce dangerous molecules called reactive oxygen species - or ROS, for short.

ROS are simply a type of free radicals - and they are extremely destructive toward any kind of molecule they encounter.

ROS are simply a type of free radicals - and they are extremely destructive toward any kind of molecule they encounter.

You know how a garden rake rusts when you leave it outside for a period of time? Well, that’s similar to what happens to your brain cells after years of assault by free radicals. These ruthless renegade molecules cause oxidative damage, deterioration and decay.

They cause your brain to “rust.”

Numerous clinical studies have found that this free radical damage in your brain cells can cause...

At the very least, this free radical assault on your brain interrupts communication between your brain cells... makes memories harder to save and retrieve... and slows your thinking and learning processes down to a crawl.

That’s why you need MORE carnitine than your body and your diet can supply. It doesn’t just deliver fuel to your mitochondria. It’s also a potent antioxidant that eliminates dangerous free radicals throughout your body. (More on that in a moment.)

There’s just one problem...

Your brain’s protective “shield”
keeps memory-saving carnitine OUT!

As a rule, carnitine has no trouble getting into the mitochondria of most of your body’s cells...

...Until it encounters your blood-brain barrier.

Much like a window screen that lets in fresh air while keeping insects out...

...Your blood-brain barrier allows only small and/or fat soluble substances to cross through - and keeps “unwanted” molecules like “foreign” materials in your blood... certain hormones... most drugs... and toxins out of your brain.

Unfortunately, one of the substances that has trouble getting into your brain is carnitine. Despite the fact that your brain cells need carnitine to get energy-boosting fuel to your mitochondria, carnitine molecules are too large to easily pass through the blood-brain barrier.

The good news is... there is a way to get carnitine past your brain’s protective shield and deliver it right to your brain cells - where it’s so desperately needed...

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine
easily crosses the blood-brain barrier
to protect and improve your memory

Acetyl l-carnitine (or ALC) is the “acetylated” form of carnitine. Its tiny molecules are readily absorbed and used by your body...

Acetyl l-carnitine (or ALC) is the “acetylated” form of carnitine. Its tiny molecules are readily absorbed and used by your body...

...Quickly crossing the blood-brain barrier to bring its memory-sharpening, cognition-boosting energy directly to your brain cells.

That makes ALC one of the favorite nutrients of the scientific community. It’s been researched extensively - and scientists have found time and time again that acetyl l-carnitine helps improve memory... sharpen focus... and increase the ability to learn new things.

The good news is... you can now get this essential “brain fuel” in a safe, potent supplement called Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine.

Unlike some of the other brain health formulas out there, Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine doesn’t just do one thing. It works powerfully in five different ways to help boost your brain function and keep your mind youthful and healthy...

Brain-Boosting Ability #1:

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine
revs up energy production in your brain cells - for faster recall and sharper focus

As I mentioned earlier, Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine passes right through your brain’s protective “screen” - and delivers fatty acids (or “fuel”) directly to the mitochondria in your brain cells.

This allows these mini brain cell power generators to crank out the energy you need to think clearly... remember easily... and learn quickly. In fact, scientists have discovered that ALC helps...

In other words... Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine gives your brain cells the energy they need to function better - and that helps your brain work better as a whole.

Brain-Boosting Ability #2:

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine
switches ON your brain’s memory-maker

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine doesn’t just improve your memory, focus and ability to learn. It also helps produce another amazing mind-booster called acetylcholine.

Acetylcholine is one of the main neurotransmitters in your brain. It activates your prefrontal cortex and helps you form memories... learn new things... and compute figures. Plus, it aids analysis, perception and many other cognitive processes. But here’s what’s really interesting...

Acetylcholine is one of the main neurotransmitters in your brain. It activates your prefrontal cortex and helps you form memories... learn new things... and compute figures. Plus, it aids analysis, perception and many other cognitive processes. But here’s what’s really interesting...

Scientists have discovered a deficiency of acetylcholine in people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease12 - and they theorize that not having enough of this vital neurotransmitter in your brain can cause your cognition to suffer.

The good news is... supplementation with ALC has been proven to boost levels of acetylcholine13,14 - and improve memory and learning.

An animal study reported in the Journal of Neuroscience Research found that supplementing with acetyl l-carnitine improved markers of learning in older lab mice.15

Plus, studies published in the journals Current Medical Research and Opinion,16 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics17 and Archives of Neurology18 all found that taking ALC helps patients with severe memory loss to improve in their ability to learn, concentrate and recognize people’s names.

Brain-Boosting Ability #3:

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine
fights “brain rust” for a sharp, clear mind
- no matter what your age

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine fights “brain rust” for a sharp, clear mind - no matter what your age

As I mentioned earlier, carnitine is a powerful free radical fighter. And, when you take it in the acetyl l-carnitine form, the molecule is small enough to slip right through your blood-brain barrier...

...And eliminate the dangerous oxidation or “brain rust” that wreaks havoc on your mind over time - damaging your brain circuits... interfering with your memory... and sabotaging your ability to think and learn properly.

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine is actually one of the few antioxidants tiny enough to get right into your brain - to clean up all that mental “rust”... protect your brain from aging and neurodegenerative diseases19... and ensure optimal brain function throughout your golden years.

In a 2004 animal study, researchers at UC-Berkeley saw this amazing scientific phenomenon with their own eyes. When aged rats were given acetyl l-carnitine, the oxidative damage in their brains decreased - indicating that the nutrient successfully fought both free radicals and inflammation.20

Plus, Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine gives you even MORE free radical protection by helping your body produce glutathione - the master antioxidant that “recycles” or “recharges” other antioxidants... boosts your immunity... and removes dangerous toxins from your body.

Brain-Boosting Ability #4:

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine
cleans up the mind-numbing “sludge”
in your brain

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine cleans up the mind-numbing “sludge” in your brain

Have you ever had trouble starting your car - only to find that road crud and corrosion had collected around your terminals and were interfering with your connections?

Similar things happen in your brain.

Aging and inflammation clog up and tangle your brain circuits, making it next to impossible to think clearly or remember things. But studies have proven that acetyl l-carnitine mops up all the “gunk” and sorts out all the “tangles” in two powerful ways...

  1. ALC cleans out the mind-stealing amyloid plaques that can destroy your memory - If left unchecked, a protein called beta amyloid can cause a sticky build-up (or plaque) in your brain - killing your brain cells and stealing away your memory and ability to care for yourself.

    Fortunately, ALC has been proven to help...

  2. ALC cleans out the mind-stealing amyloid plaques that can destroy your memory - If left unchecked, a protein called beta amyloid can cause a sticky build-up (or plaque) in your brain - killing your brain cells and stealing away your memory and ability to care for yourself.

    Fortunately, ALC has been proven to help...

  3. As a result - and as two studies of Alzheimer’s patients have found - acetyl l-carnitine helps significantly slow the progression of memory loss25 and lessen mental deterioration.26 And, when ALC is given to patients along with their Alzheimer’s meds, their response rate is vastly improved when compared to those only taking their standard medication.27

  4. ALC prohibits the formation of tau tangles in your neurons - and keeps your brain circuits firing on all cylinders. Tau tangles - also known as neurofibrillary tangles - are abnormal collections of “tau” protein inside your brain cells. They prevent nutrients and other important substances from moving from one part of the cell to another. Eventually, the neuron’s internal transport system collapses, and it can no longer communicate with other brain cells.
  5. This wreaks havoc with your memory... thought processes... and ability to learn.

    The good news is... acetyl l-carnitine has been proven to help prevent these tau tangles from forming in the first place...

So, you can see that Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine helps protect the structural integrity and health of your brain cells - so they can communicate without “gunk” getting in the way. And, for you, that means quicker thinking and even faster recall.

Brain-Boosting Ability #5:

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine
protects your nerve cells from the inside out

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine protects your nerve cells from the inside out

Deep inside your brain is a molecule that supports the growth and development of your central and peripheral nerve cells.

Deep inside your brain is a molecule that supports the growth and development of your central and peripheral nerve cells.

It’s called nerve growth factor (NGF). This amazing substance is produced in your hippocampus. Not only is it necessary for your nerve cells to grow and survive, but it’s essential for you to both remember and learn new things. 31

Studies published in the journals Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry32 and Experimental Gerontology33 found that acetyl l-carnitine increases nerve growth factor levels - which helps prevent the death of brain cells (and improve memory).

A later study reported in Experimental Gerontology reported that the brain cells of aging lab animals given acetyl l-carnitine actually started to function at a “younger” level!34

Scientists believe ALC’s NGF-boosting “mechanism” helps explain how it reduces damage to brain cells caused by amyloid beta plaque35,36,37 - and, as a result, helps boost memory, cognition and ability to learn.

Plus, Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine protects the outside of your nerve cells by increasing the fat content of the myelin sheath that coats them. That enables your brain cells to communicate more effectively with one another - so you can think more quickly and remember things better.

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine
energizes and protects your mind
- for supercharged memory and cognition

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine energizes and protects your mind - for supercharged memory and cognition

It’s just one nutrient. But as you’ve just seen, Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine is one of the few natural substances that can slip past your blood-brain barrier...

...And deliver energy-boosting power and rock-solid protection directly to your brain cells...

...Where you need it!

With Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine on the job, your neurons are protected from the mitochondria dysfunction and free radical damage that causes your brain to “age” - so your mind can stay “young” and healthy longer. And that means...

With Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine on the job, your neurons are protected from the mitochondria dysfunction and free radical damage that causes your brain to “age” - so your mind can stay “young” and healthy longer. And that means...

No more searching for lost keys and reading glasses... struggling to focus during long conversations... instantly forgetting the names of people you just met... and struggling to make your iPhone or DVR player work.

Brain Essentials: Acetyl L-Carnitine gives your brain cells the protection and energy boost they need to keep you mentally alert, sharp and focused - so you can remember easily... think clearly... learn new things quickly... and face whatever challenge comes your way.

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Your brain fog... “senior moments”... and learning struggles are not only annoying - and somewhat embarrassing...

Your brain fog... “senior moments”... and learning struggles are not only annoying - and somewhat embarrassing...

...They could lead to even worse memory problems down the road.

A long-term, large-scale study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease found that people with mild cognitive impairment - which involves minor memory and learning problems - are four times more likely to develop dementia or Alzheimer’s disease than people with good memories.38

And that could mean the loss of your independence - and the ability to care for yourself.

That’s why I feel it’s important to make it as easy and affordable as possible for you to give your brain cells the “fuel” and protection they need to keep your mind sharp and healthy in your 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond.

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