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Wild Green Oats For Your Brain

Wild Green Oats For Your Brain

Never heard of wild green oats before?

Neither had we until we started carrying a product called Dopa Mind by Life Extension.

As many of you know, Life Extension is one of the top brands we carry here in our store that isn’t Health As It Ought To Be branded.

Life Extension has a long history of producing amazing products that have clinical research behind them showing they can help to support various aspects of health.

Dopa Mind is a product that uses a unique ingredient called Wild Green Oats that can help to support mental acuity, enhance the levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine in your brain and has observed longevity benefits.

Essentially, this product helps support the circuitry of your brain as well as the chemical messengers that serve to transfer information in your brain.

Since brain health is incredibly important to a life well lived, we wanted to take a few moments to highlight this product and give you a chance to try it.

How Dopa Mind Can Help Support An Incredibly Healthy Brain

As mentioned in the beginning of this article, we’re going to be focusing on Dopa Mind’s key ingredient: wild green oats.

Wild green oats aren’t a rare plant-based supplement.

In fact, they’re derived from one of the most common plants on the planet, the oat plant.

The difference here is wild green oats are the unripened version of the plant, which is something most people never see since they only eat oats after they’ve matured and ripened.

The reason that Dopa Mind uses wild green oat extract is pretty simple.

Our brains require dopamine (a neurotransmitter) in order to function properly, it’s a biological fact.

As we age dopamine levels begin to fall steadily thanks to the presence of an enzyme called monoamine oxidase-B (MAO-B).

Clinical research shows that the use of wild green oats can inhibit its effect on dopamine levels, which helps to promote an environment where other neurotransmitters communicate more effectively.

As Life Extension writes about wild green oats in Dopa Mind. 

“Published studies show that by inhibiting MAO-B, this bioactive wild green oat extract promotes healthy dopamine levels. This MAO-B inhibiting mechanism has been shown to support mental acuity and longevity.1

In a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial in aging volunteers with below-average cognition, researchers demonstrated that 1,600 mg of the same wild green oat extract found in Dopa-Mind™ produced a 74% improvement on a standard test of mental acuity.1

In published research, 800 mg of the same extract supported mental processing time and speed.2 In other research, this extract exhibited support for cerebral vasodilator function, as well as endothelial function — both of which play roles in brain health.”

Wild green oats have been tested additionally, past this study, and in addition to helping with dopamine levels, it’s also been shown to help support mood, support heart health, and there are some studies indicating it may even help with sexual function.

Dopa Mind provides you with a highly concentrated 800mg of wild green oats, which is the same amount used in the study above.

Take Dopa Mind For Youthful Cognitive Performance

If you’re over the age of 50 and want to keep your mental health intact for years to come Dopa Mind is a weapon you shouldn’t ignore.

It’s been clinically shown to help your brain support normal, healthy brain function.

Just one a day could be enough to keep your mind sharp and invigorated and keep you in the game of your life far longer than your peers.

Click here to get a bottle today! 



Talk soon,


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