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SHARP Nootropics- Everything You Need To Know:

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SHARP Nootropics- Everything You Need To Know:

What is SHARP?:

Think of SHARP as food for your brain. It’s a powerful nootropic (cognitive enhancer) that works with your natural brain chemistry to provide a heightened sense of well being, improve mental focus and clarity, enhance concentration, and support healthy brain function. 


Improving your mental clarity and focus will help increase memory performance, promote easier decision-making, and amplify productivity. Additionally, it increases concentration/attention span, enhances problem solving efficiency, and keeps you from getting distracted.


Your brain is the control center of the body. Every physical and mental activity is executed by the brain: from memory to emotion, touch to motor skills, breathing to digestion, and more. Maintaining a healthy brain is crucial for a good quality life.


Taking SHARP is one way to support mental clarity, but there are other factors to keep in mind when it comes to the health of your brain:

  • Exercise Regularly
  • Stay Hydrated (shoot for one gallon of water a day)
  • Prioritize Sleep (ideally getting around 8 hours a night)
  • Stay Mentally Active (mental stimulation - just like any other muscle “use it or lose it”)
  • Eat Nutrient Dense Foods 
  • Practice Stress Management

Benefits of SHARP:

  • Decreases Brain Fog
  • Improves Your Mood
  • Makes You Feel More Alert
  • Improves Mental Clarity and Focus
  • Delay Cognitive Decline
  • Enhances Concentration

Ingredient Breakdown:

SHARP ingredients- 1 scoop (10.1g):

  • L-Citrulline: 2000mg
  • Betaine Anhydrous: 1500mg
  • L-Tyrosine: 1250mg
  • Acetyl L-Carnitine HCL: 1000mg
  • Taurine: 1000mg
  • Alpha GPC: 250mg
  • KSM-66 Ashwagandha Root Extract:150mg
  • Caffeine: 75mg

L-Citrulline: may increase nitric oxide levels according to recent research. Nitric oxide is a molecular compound that is primarily involved in helping cells transmit signals, allowing for intercellular communication. Nitric oxide also plays a role in supporting circulation, further contributing to citrulline’s other potential effects on blood flow. Nitric oxide also may help to promote cardiovascular health and support your immune system


Betaine Anhydrous: a form of betaine called betaine anhydrous that helps in the metabolism of homocysteine, a chemical involved in the normal function of many different parts of the body, including blood, bones, eyes, heart, nerves, and the brain. Betaine anhydrous prevents the buildup of homocysteine in the blood


L-Tyrosine: is used to improve alertness, attention, and focus on top of improving brain chemicals that help nerve cells communicate and may regulate mood


Acetyl L-Carnitine HCI: is an amino acid found in nearly all cells of the body that improves brain function, learning capabilities, and memory


Taurine: stimulates brain growth and new cell formation, providing a potential source for replacement of aging, damaged brain cells. Taurine supplementation may slow or prevent Alzheimer's disease by effects on toxic beta amyloid proteins, and also by improving blood sugar control


Alpha GPC: supports a role for enhancing cognitive function, increasing strength and stimulating the release of growth hormone. A study found that it may increase brain levels of acetylcholine, which is a neurotransmitter that is important for memory and learning


KSM-66 Ashwagandha Root Extract: is an adaptogen that is proven to help reduce body stress. Ashwagandha also provides numerous other benefits for your body and brain. For example, it can boost brain function, lower blood sugar and cortisol levels, and help fight symptoms of anxiety and depression


Caffeine:promotes central nervous system stimulation, making you feel alert. Bottom Line: Caffeine is the key reason why coffee boosts brain function. This stimulant blocks adenosine, an inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain that makes you sleepy

*NOT FOUND IN OUR NON-STIM / STIM FREE VERSIONS*


Difference Between Stim vs Non-stim:


The only difference between our non-stim and stim SHARP is our non-stim version does NOT contain caffeine. Otherwise, they both have the same incredible benefits!


If you are sensitive to caffeine or enjoy getting your caffeine from other sources, our non-stim based SHARP is perfect for you. You’ll get all the amazing benefits a nootropic has to offer without all the caffeine!


Competitor Comparison:

Alpha Brain 2 pills (1.7g total):

 

As you can see in the image, "blends" are listed which means there is no true way to tell how much of each ingredient is even in the product. For example, there’s no way to tell how much L-Tyrosine was used in the “FlowBlend.” Nonetheless, even if 100% of the blend was L-Tyrosine, SHARP has 1250mg compared to the "blend" above containing 650mg of 4 ingredients total. The same goes for GPC- SHARP has 260mg and there’s only 240mg in the “blend” above that contains 4 ingredients one of which is GPC. The ingredients are similar, but the quantity is completely and utterly under-dosed.


Spark 1 stick pack (7g):

Essentially, this is an Airborne packet with 120mg of caffeine and 0 benefits for cognitive function other than L-Tyrosine at 500mg (compared to SHARP with 1250mg). It's caffeine and vitamins that you could get from a $0.50 packet of Airborne.


Price Comparison:

SHARP ($44.99): 10g X 30 servings = 300g product = $1.49 per 10g scoop

ALPHA BRAIN ($79.95): 1.7g pills X 45 servings=  76.5g product = $1.77 per 1.7g capsules (2)

SPARK ($29.95): 7g x 14 servings = 98g product = $2.13 per 7g packet


Who can benefit from SHARP?

Everyone. As you can see from the above breakdown, this is an amazing product with numerous benefits for your brain, memory, focus, and mood. This product will change your life and we can't wait for you to try it!


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