IQ Bar Lemon Blueberry 45g
Order Code: IQB 05
Case Quantity: 12 x 45g
Our bars have everything you need to thrive. Nutrients for the brain. Protein for the body. Fibre for the gut. Only 1-2g sugar and 4g net carbs for crash-free performance!
We exist to empower the do-ers. The creators. The get-stuff-doners. IQ BARs are meticulously formulated around six nutrients shown to support sustained cognitive energy, performance, and health. They include Lion’s Mane, MCTs, omega-3s, flavonoids, vitamin-E, and choline.
- Brain Function & Body Support
- Gluten Free, Vegan, Keto & Paleo
- Lion’s Mane: Superfood for staying sharp
- MCTs: Fats for slow burning mental energy
- Omega-3s: Building blocks for cell membranes
- Flavonoides: Polyphenois for fighting free radicals
- Vitamin E: anti-oxidant for cell membrane support
- Choline: compound for creating neurotransmitter
- Kosher Certified
Lemon Blueberry Ingredients: Non-GMO Tapioca Fiber, Almonds, Pea Protein, Protein Crisps (Pea Protein Isolate, Pea Starch, Rice Flour), Almond Butter, Dried Blueberries (Blueberries, Sunflower Oil), Erythritol, Rice Extract, Grape Extract, Sunflower Lecithin, Flax Seed, Sea Salt, Lemon Oil, Dried Lemon, Coconut Oil, Lion’s Mane Extract, Stevia, Monk Fruit, Natural Vitamin E
ACTIVE INGREDIENT LION’S MANE (BRAIN NUTRIENT):
Used in Chinese medicine for millennia, the Lion’s Mane mushroom is widely championed for its potential brain benefits. It’s perhaps best known for its demonstrated ability to boost nerve growth factor (NGF) across a host of animal studies. NGF promotes the generation of new neurons, the growth, maintenance, and survival of existing neurons, and the reversal of injury-induced nerve damage. In vitro research has shown Lion’s Mane to also promote neurite outgrowth, a process by which neurons create more expansive cellular connections.
Unsurprisingly, healthier neurons appear to improve brain function! Studies have shown consumption of Lion’s Mane contributing to improvements in visual recognition memory and protection against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Lion’s Mane also appears to have strong anti-oxidant properties. Several studies have shown the mushroom to be highly adept at “scavenging” (i.e., disabling) free radicals and reducing genes’ expression of chemicals that promote inflammation. Lion’s Mane has also been linked with a reduction in fatigue, anxiety, and depression, in part due to its anti-oxidant capabilities