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Media (Press), Celebrity and Blogger reviews of BrainZyme

Forbes interviews BrainZyme

"BrainZyme is a food supplement for the brain, also known as a 'cognitive enhancer', manufactured by Edinburgh-based Better Nutritional Science and aimed at helping people who want to think more clearly and be more focused and less distracted, including students, sportspeople, and working professionals." 
- Alison Coleman, writing for Forbes.

The Times Newspaper Features BrainZyme

“BrainZyme, a “natural nootropic” … The most noticeable effect, even on the first day of taking [BrainZyme], was the alleviation of my mid-afternoon slump …

If I popped my nootropic at noon, I felt less inclined to drop off at my keyboard at about 3pm ... [it] did convince me that nootropics are something worth pursuing.”
- Peta Bee, writing for The Times.

Health & Fitness Magazine Features BrainZyme

“GET SMART -Need a sudden boost of brain power? There could be a pill for that ... natural brain enhancers aimed at providing optimum nutrition to the brain, while giving an immediate lift in cognitive function [have] arrived.  

BrainZyme starts to work within an hour. It contains matcha green tea (rich in theanine, an amino acid that calms and focuses the mind), guarana, ginkgo leaf extract, choline, l-tyrosine, an amino acid that increases dopamine levels in the brain, helping you feel motivated and assertive, plus 11 vitamins and minerals.” -  Eve Boggenpoel writing for Health & Fitness.

Esports Copenhagen Games 2017 & 2018 Winner (Major Tier Tournament) Team 'Singularity Esports' (Denmark/ Sweden) reviews BrainZyme:

"I believe performance-enhancing nutrition will be a big part of esports in the future. 
In a recent bootcamp for our Overwatch team [some] of the players tried the product [BrainZyme], and they described it as a 'good luck' pill for them, as it helped the players have a more focused and efficient day of practice at the bootcamp facility.”
Atle S. Stehouwer, CEO, Singularity Esports.

Trail Running Magazine Features BrainZyme

“There are plenty of ways of feeding your body, but here’s something that nourishes your brain.  Brainzyme supplement is claimed to be a cognitive enhancer, which in lay terms means it helps to keep you focused and support clearer thinking, which is just what you want if you’re tackling a technical mountain run.  BrainZyme says its capsules are fast-acting and take effect within the hour.” 

Obstacle Race Magazine Features BrainZyme

“Another way to get a head start is to use supplements called Nootropics. These food supplements are designed to help you think clearer, concentrate longer and just generally get the most out of your brain.  Taking these is a little like having the power to flick a switch in your brain to have it working at full capacity all the time and without any crash.

BrainZyme have hit the UK market with a nootropic which is really making waves in the sporting and professional circles. A healthy list of athletes [including] Britain’s best Badminton player Kirsty Gilmour are already raving about the benefits of these brain boosting supplements. BrainZyme have three levels of nootropics available."
- Carl Wibberley writing for Obstacle Race Magazine.

Top Santé Features BrainZyme 

"New Memory and Focus Booster -
Stay on top of ... planning, diary dates and all your other tasks with a nutrient combo designed to optimise your brain.

New BrainZyme ( is an all-natural blend of energising matcha green tea, guarana and B vitamins, along with iron, zinc, iodine and the nutrient choline, which has been shown to help support brain and nerve function." 

Christine Bailey MSc MBANT CNHC
Award-winning nutritional therapist, author and broadcaster.

Featured in the video called "New Year, New Brain", which includes general tips on how diet can improve your brain. 

She stated, “Now, if you are wanting to improve your focus and concentration, then why not consider a natural food supplement?  This is BrainZyme, [it] contains a range of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients known to help with focus and concentration, and with energizing our body and our brain.” 
- Christine Bailey.

Tim Grivell Msc MBACP
Registered Psychologist & Counselor.

“My favourite natural substitute for Modafinil is a supplement called BrainZyme, which is fairly new, and I was initially pretty sceptical about, but actually in my experience, it does seem to compare very favourably.

It comes on within the hour, like Modafinil, and whether it due to the aforementioned Choline, which it contains, Matcha green tea which has Theanine, which is another natural nootropic, or L-Tyrosine, which has a similar dopamine pathway to the one Modafinil does …

If you do choose to go down the natural route, my particular favourite in terms of comparison with Modafinil is the BrainZyme Professional, which is their ‘mid-range’ option and that seems to work out a bit cheaper than buying Modafinil online.”
- Tim Grivell.

Dr. Sarah Nicholls
Accident & Emergency Doctor.

“BrainZyme is a nutritional supplement, which means that it’s a food supplement, rather than being a medicine. It has a variety of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients, that are intended to boost concentration, help you be more motivated, give you more energy and boost your memory.

It contains Matcha green tea powder, Guarana and Choline, which are all well known to boost these cognitive effects. And it’s not like energy drinks and coffee, in that you won’t experience palpitations or restlessness you might experience with highly caffeinated drinks, and you should also not experience the typical crash you might do after coffee.  They have a few different varieties, my favourite is the [BrainZyme] Elite."
- Dr Sarah Nicholls.
Nutraceutical Business Review

 “Smart drugs are increasingly common. Everyday pressures on students, professionals, athletes and active people who need high levels of concentration means that many turn to smart drugs: pharmaceuticals used off-label to try to increase brain-power.

But, what if there was a way to achieve similar things through more natural means, such as food supplement ingredients or vitamins? Could putting your brain on food with a nutritional smart drug work as well as — or better than — a pharmaceutical smart drug?

BrainZyme, a food supplement pioneering in the field of nutritional cognitive enhancement, answers this question with a resounding “yes!” 
Kirsty Gilmour's BrainZyme Review:
British Badminton Champion and Olympian.

“I used [BrainZyme] during a couple of my matches at the recent Scottish Open tournament.

I thought they worked really well! I felt my eyes were able to focus on the shuttle better and my concentration was better for longer. I've been using the Professional capsules and I think they work a treat!”
- Kirsty Gilmour.

BrainZyme Reviews 2018-2019

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Written Reviews of BrainZyme* (Social Media/Blogger reviews):

"Diary of a Student Medic: a Medical Student in the UK with the aim of the blog to log the medical school journey - a blog review of BrainZyme Original and Professional.
Tahmeena writes: I will be completely honest here, when BrainZyme initially approached me I definitely was a bit skeptical. I’d never tried any brain supplements before and wasn’t really planning on doing so – it’s not something that had really ever crossed my mind. But I thought I might as well try it ... 
I did notice that when taking this supplement, I was able to complete tasks quicker – for example, I was able to write the majority of a blog post (that is yet to be published!), when on other occasions it can take me a couple of separate sessions to complete a post ... Obviously the effect on different people will be different, but this is just my experience of taking the BrainZyme supplements. If you’re someone who gets quite lethargic when studying, it may be worth trying these supplements to keep your energy and alertness up during a long study session or a late afternoon/evening study session when energy levels can dip!

Diary of a Student Medic - BRAINZYME REVIEW

"In Sophies Mind; an award-nominated blog by a vegan blogger from Northern Ireland" -
Sophie writes:  When I first saw the email I received; I was a little sceptical I won’t lie about that, it sounded too good to be true ... I took 2 capsules with water & started writing, as I had a lot I needed to catch up with, I wrote an article within an hour and started a new one. This may not seem like much but for me I usually lose concentration and end up saving my posts as drafts and never look at them again; I currently have 40 drafts half written some from back in October last year. So being able to sit down for that amount of time and produce something from it was incredible."
Your New Study Buddy at Uni | BrainZyme Review

"Phoebe Says Hello:  A blog to show you how easy veganism can be" -
a blog review of BrainZyme Original.
Phoebe writes: I was a little skeptical when I first received my BrainZyme capsules as I didn't believe that something like this would give me a boost of energy that is not only healthy for me but completely plant-based and as a vegan this factor means a lot to me - it seemed to good to be true! But to my surprise, it works! I'm a freelancer and work from my bedroom so at around 2 or 3pm I start to feel tired and unmotivated to do any more work ... so BrainZyme really did save me! 
Your New Uni Saviour - BrainZyme Review


@brainzyme was kind enough to let me try our their products! Brainzymes are supplements you can take to increase your motivation and productivity 💪🏼 and after weeks of testing out this product, I can say their claim is true! Taking these supplements is just like drinking coffee but without all the annoying side effects of coffee! And for someone like myself that doesn’t handle coffee well, this is the perfect alternative! (Way less expensive than Starbucks too!!) if you’re not a coffee drinker I would recommend the original pack! However, if you’re a coffee addict, go for the professional pack. @brainzyme was also kind enough to provide you guys with a special discount of 10% off with the discount code “MBERRY” 🎉

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