GABA Brain Food’s functional ingredients are careful selected and formulated to promote optimal mental performance:
As the main inhibitory neurotransmitter, GABA’s role in the brain is to act like a “brake” and balance excitement. GABA is associated with normal restful sleep, relaxation, healthy movement and state of mind. [1,2]
Found in rosemary, sage, mint and basil, rosemarinic acid is a naturally occurring polyphenol flavonoid. It is also found in lemon balm and is used in aromatherapy to promote feelings of calm and relaxation.* 
Grape Seed Extract
First developed in the 1970’s grape seed extract contains the antioxidant compound oligomeric proanthocyanidin (OPC) which has shown promise as a dietary supplement to support healthy cellular function.* 
L-citrulline is an amino acid found in watermelon, dairy, beef, poultry and pork. When taken as a supplement, L-citrulline is converted into L-arginine by the kidneys. + 
This innovative formula provides natural ingredients from vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that our bodies use as precursors and cofactors to support normal, healthy function of neurotransmitters.
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- Boonstra E, de Kleijn R, Colzato LS, Alkemade A, Forstmann BU, Nieuwenhuis S. Neurotransmitters as food supplements: the effects of GABA on brain and behavior. Frontiers in Psychology. 2015;6:1520. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01520.
- NIH. U.S. National Library of Medicine. Rosemarinic Acid. Compound Summary for CID 5281792 Pub Chem. Open Chemistry Database.
- Fine AM. Oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes: history, structure, and applications. Alternative Medicine Review. 2000;5(2):144-151.
- Examine: L-Citrulline. Examine.com