You can slow age-related brain loss. Discover our breakthrough product, developed in exclusive partnership with the University of Oxford.
- Features an innovative B-vitamin complex patented by Oxford to slow age-related brain atrophy associated with cognitive decline
- Slows grey matter atrophy in regions of the brain important for learning and memory by up to 86%
- Includes a unique omega-3 with enhanced bioavailability and antioxidants called anthocyanins, which support cognitive function
Harnessing the Oxford findings, each element in Matter’s formulation was selected for performance and quality, and specially dosed for efficacy down to the microgram.
- A B-Vitamin Complex Patented to Slow Brain Atrophy
Researched and developed in exclusive partnership with the University of Oxford, patented to slow brain atrophy as you age.
- An Advanced Omega-3 Formulation
When study participants had good omega-3 levels, the B vitamins did their job even better. So, we included superior EPA and DHA (as free fatty acids) that are absorbed 4x more readily than typical fish oils (as ethyl esters).
- A Special Antioxidant: Bilberry Anthocyanins
Anthocyanins are potent antioxidants. They give red, purple, and blue plants their rich coloring, and are responsible for Matter’s distinctive color.
- Gluten-free certified, nut-free, and contains no artificial colors or flavors.
- NSF for Sport certified, the only independent third-party certification program recognized by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA)
- See nutrition label for more information.
- The quality and purity information for every lot is available here below
- Take two capsules in the morning, with or without food.
- Each bottle contains a 30-day supply.
- This product is only intended for healthy adults. Do not take if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult with your physician before using.
Your Brain Shrinks as You Age
Even if you are healthy, important regions of your brain, including gray matter, shrink during adulthood. Gray matter is the brain’s processing center and is responsible for 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 are capable of being affected. In fact, you can lose up to 20% of your brain volume over your lifespan.