Supports cognitive function
MindWorks contains key nutrients that have been shown in three clinical studies and dozens of laboratory studies to temporarily support cognitive function and memory, and support long-term brain function.
Powered by a guarana extract, B vitamins, and an exclusive Chardonnay seed extract.
Our carefully selected, low-caffeine guarana extract has been extensively tested. It helps improve cognitive performance, and one serving of MindWorks contains less caffeine than a medium cup of decaf coffee.
The three B vitamins (folic acid, B6, and B12) in MindWorks help reduce elevated blood homocysteine levels, thereby reducing brain atrophy.*
Only available to Shaklee, the unique Chardonnay grape seed polyphenol blend is made with a patent-pending extraction process that concentrates specific polyphenols that are clinically proven to help blood circulation.
*Based on a two-year study of 223 adults with mild cognitive impairment.
Scientific studies have shown the key ingredients in MindWorks work in 3 ways:
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Take 1 tablet daily with a meal.
*At six hours versus control.
†Particularly in individuals with elevated homocysteine levels.
‡Based on a two-year study of 223 adults with mild cognitive impairment.
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