Ingredients of Advanced iQ

At the bottom of the official company's website you can find the ingredients tab that includes 41 different ingredients. We are not going to provide the full list here, but the active ingredients in the product include Vitamins A, C, D, E, B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6, Biotin, Folic Acid, Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, Copper, Selenomethionine, Manganese, Molybdenum, Chromium, Potassium, L-Glutamine, DMAE Bitartrate, Glutamic Acid, Bacopa Extract, Green Tea Extract, Choline, L-Tyrosine, Inositol, Bilberry Fruit Extract, Cinnamon Bark Extract, Olive Leaf, Licorice Root Extract, Phosphatidylserine, DHA, Boron, Vanadyl Sulfate, and Huperzine A. As you can see, the supplement's formula is very rich, but it is not always good. The more ingredients a product includes the higher risk of experiencing side effects is. But which of these components are really worth taking? Which of them can provide the benefits promised by the manufacturer of Advanced iQ?

According to such reputable sources such as Drugs.com, WebMD, the Mayo Clinic, and Examine.com, only the next five ingredients are able to improve mental function. Iron is believed to boost learning, thinking, and memory in children suffering from iron deficiencies. However, this compound is only effective when taken by mouth in doses of 650 mg twice a day. L-Tyrosine is considered to be able to improve mental performance and focus under stressful situations. But the manufacturer does not provide dosage information of this compound. Bacopa might boost memory in when taken by mouth in doses of 300 mg per day, but its effectiveness has been proven on healthy adults only. Huperzine A may contribute to better thinking skills in elderly patients. It should be taken by mouth in doses of 30 mcg twice a day but the makers of 80 Day Obsession do not indicate how much of this ingredient is contained in the supplement. Phosphatidylserine might be helpful for the complex treatment of age-related mental decline. The minimal dosage should be 100 mg three times a day. The rest of the product's ingredients did not show direct evidence linked to better brain health.

Where To Buy Advanced iQ?

As of time of writing this review, the product was available only through the manufacturer's official website with the only buying option - a free trial. It means that you will need to pay $4.95 for shipping and have a 14-day trial period during which you will need to decide whether Advanced iQ works for you or not. After this window is up, your credit card will be charged the full cost of the product ($89.97). In addition, you will be automatically enrolled in the autoship program, which means that you will continue getting a new bottle of Advanced iQ and be billed the full cost of the product on a monthly basis. This will last until you reach out to customer service by calling at 1-844-627-5895 and cancel your enrollment. There is a 30-day refund policy but it applies only to unopened bottles of the product. Partially used or opened products are not eligible for return and refund.