One Small Bottle.
One Big Meal For
Like a green juice for your brain cells, BrainGear is the brain nutrition drink backed by neurologists from Stanford University and UT Austin that feeds your brain with nutrients to support cognitive function and overall well-being.
Brain Benefits You Can Feel.
By feeding your neurons, BrainGear lifts brain fog so that you can think clearer, and provides ongoing nourishment for everything from memory to mood balance.
Clinically Proven Ingredients.
Each of our 13 active ingredients has been scientifically proven and doctor recommended for years.
No Jitters. No Crashes. No Artificial Additives.
What you feel is natural ingredients working together, not the jolt of caffeine or stimulants.
Full Transparency. No Secrets.
Everything inside BrainGear is listed on our label because you deserve to know what you’re putting in your body.
Think Differently About Your Brain
You try to eat healthy and exercise to keep your body strong. But what are you doing for your brain? We’re on a mission to help you care for your body’s most important organ—one clear, fresh, and balanced day at a time.
A Clearer Brain Today
BrainGear’s liquid format rapidly absorbs into your system, quickly giving your brain the nutrition it needs with one bottle.
A Stronger Brain Tomorrow
When you drink BrainGear daily, you’re feeding your brain the nutrients it needs to feel healthy and balanced every day.
- Cognitive Function
- Memory Support
- Mood Balance
Ingredients Backed by Science
Your neurons are what they eat. Our team of scientists and neurologists identified what your neurons need most: 13 supplements, vitamins, and amino acids that have been clinically proven to optimize brain function. When your neurons are nourished, they function and communicate better, resulting in a brain that’s healthier and sharper
How It Works
You’re one-of-a-kind. So is BrainGear. Unlike stimulant-based products, BrainGear is actually good for your brain, feeding it the nutrients it needs. The benefits you notice first will be unique to the part of your brain that needs the most support.