MINDSET® was founded on the belief that athletes and people with active lifestyles deserve nutritional products of the highest quality. Products that are clinically proven to improve performance and increase protection in contact sports. Products that we’d feel good about giving our own children.
We’re a team of award-winning nutritionists, biochemists and product development experts. And while we’re proud of our scientific expertise, we consider ourselves parents first. That’s why we’re committed to providing proper nutrition, promoting healthy brain function and protecting the future of our children, and every other child, adult and athlete out there.
We’re constantly looking toward the future to discover and provide new supplements and products. We want to be your experts when it comes to giving your brain the unique nutritional armor it needs to perform at its peak.
Our field study showed MINDSET® helped reduce signs of head impact.
As a team full of scientists, we don’t believe in taking someone else’s word for it. We felt compelled to conduct our own field study to better understand the impact of contact sports and the role nutrition can play in brain health. The well-controlled and sophisticated study examined the effect of supplementation with MINDSET®, compared to placebo.
We tested two NCAA football teams over the course of their season. The study analyzed the players’ levels of Neurofilament light (Nf-L), a biomarker linked to brain health. Biomarkers are a measurable substance that help us indicate the severity of a disease. In this case, the less amount of Nf-L biomarkers found in a player, the healthier that player’s brain is.
The study uncovered a few key learnings:
Increased levels of Nf-L in the brain occur during a season of college football. Decreased levels of omega-3, an important fatty acid for brain health, occur as well. Cognitive performance is impaired.
The outcome of our field study revealed that the players who consumed the daily amount of MINDSET® showed increased levels of omega-3 and a reduced amount of Nf-L, when compared to similar non-supplemented players.