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    Neuro1 review

    As an enthusiast of mental supplements I must say this product has its pros and cons. Strictly speaking as a mental supplement, it worked great for memory and recall enhancement. As for energy, a constant flow of intense workout worthy power, yet calm enough to sustain you throughout non-work out activity. For cognitive function, Im not too sure. To be cogent Ill associate focus and concentration with cognition. I saw neither improvements with this product. If you have a full day of work, this product might be good if your looking to workout afterward, but for raw cognitive increase, no effect. Cost to effectiveness ratio is rather dismal seeing as mental clarity which it is marketed for has poor effects. With that said I cant see paying $80 for what would be a little less than a months worth of product. *Note that I only purchased a three days supply from the company itself as a sample.
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    I got a sample of neuro1 from nutrition53 as well. It was simply by accident that I found out about this product. I was reading a sports article about Bill Romanowski which mentioned neuro1 and his other products. I don't have any brain function problems that I am aware of, but I am over 40 and my mind isn't as sharp as it used to be.

    I just took the sample about 3.5 hours ago. I mixed the powder with some water. It did not taste very good, although I do not care about taste - only the effect I get. After about 30 mins. I felt a powerful, almost euphoric sensation beginning to build. I've never had a "pumped up" feeling like this before. It did make me feel a little jittery. The jitters began to subside but the feeling of alertness and well-being lasted. Something in the product did seem to cause some minor discomfort around the rib cage, and my muscles felt a little "twitchy."

    Mentally, I was more focused. I noticed I was able to type faster with fewer typos.
    One thing that concerns me is that this product has several herbal ingredients. I don't know how safe some of these ingredients are, at least in the long term. One ingredient, Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) is controversial, and some say it is actually harmful. Also, one other thing I don't like is that there is canola oil in this product. A fairly small amount, probably. I know many people say canola is safe, but I'd rather not take my chances. I've noticed that the people who claim canola is safe are the people who are involved in the manufacture and sale of the product. Canola is made from the poisonous rapeseed plant.

    I like neuro1 in general. It definitely does give long lasting energy and improved concentration.
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    Heh, Ive changed my mind

    In my last review I used Neuro1 after work, readying myself for night school. In that respect I only really took into effect its raw cognitive boost, which compared to other products, was not as strong as I had expected. Now in a slightly more demanding job I chose to retry the product, knowing that I could easily make use of the increased energy and focus.

    I have a one month trial of Neuro1 mocha latte (mixed berry was just horrible IMO) and only two days into using it during high pressure work activities, I think its safe to say that I will now be a regular customer of Nutrition53. My old job (within the same company) was as cook under my father, head chef, at a private high school. Now I am lead cook, meaning longer hours and a heck of a lot higher expectations.

    My first week was almost overwhelming. Its a two step process: your told what do by what time, then you do it. Typically you get a small list to do and a time by which everything should be completed. In this there is no margin of error, for if Im late everyone becomes late, and the first week proved that with my slightly better than dismal performance.

    Second week I used Neuro1 on the Tuesday after Labor Day. An incredibly busy day, foreseen and as I was reminded by my father; either my time to shine or contemplate whether I could truly handle the position. Superior cognitive speed was not as imperative as focus and energy in this instance. I held a flow mind state the entire nine hour day. No stuttered or hindered thoughts. On the day that it counted most, I was at my best. I was even able to do a small much needed workout before I hit up class afterward.

    I had first perceived the rather steep $80+ per month cost to be just too much for Neuro1 to be truly worth its performance effects. For my current life style, I say its just perfect. Please note that I am a budgeted college student so cost is a very important factor. I do, however, feel that Neuro1 is effective enough for its cost for those who can afford it.
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    Anyone still taking Neuro1? I see bb doesn't stock Nutrition53 products anymore.
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    Originally Posted by madquick View Post
    Anyone still taking Neuro1? I see bb doesn't stock Nutrition53 products anymore.
    Late response but yes I take Neuro1. It seems to help give me a little bit of an edge and reduces brain fog.
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    Just started taking the chocolate flavor of this stuff again. Raw cognitive boost occurred slowly after about 3 - 5 weeks of consistent use. Experiencing a lot faster thinking, on the fly decisions are more thought out. Only thing I don't like is that I get small red spots on my body due to (I think) the amount of sucralose in the product. It's not a lot but just enough for my body to disagree and displays it's disapproval through my skin. Memory for long term items is a lot better now, but short term has taken a small hit. I have no idea why.
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