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What's In Vitaae?

  • Vitamin D - 5,000 IU's(125mcg) of immune-supporting Vitamin D. Deficiency in vitamin D is associated with increased autoimmunity as well as an increased susceptibility to infection. Helping the body defend against foreign, invading organisms, thereby promoting protective immunity.14
  • Magnafolate® - Our superior patented form of folate that is bioavailable to all humans, including those with MTHFR gene mutations. Folic acid plays a crucial role in DNA and protein synthesis, meaning deficiencies can lead to decreased resistance to infections, as commonly observed in folate-deficient humans.15
  • VitaalMind Proprietary BlendTM - Packed with Omega-3 Fatty Acid (EPA/DHA) which Harvard Medical School points out: "Have the most potential to benefit people with mood disorders."16
  • Cognazin® - Clinically proven to help improve memory and brain function, while improving mood due to the action of the patented superior form of Cognazin® to support brain cellular synthesis, brain energy, and focus.17
  • HydroQsorb® CoQ10 - Our superior bioavailable form of CoQ10 "The ESSENTIAL Nutrient" improves energy, augments the immune system, and acts as an antioxidant. CoQ10 plays a significant role in supporting the immune system and physical performance, as tissues and cells involved with immune function are highly energy-dependent and therefore require an adequate supply of CoQ10 for optimal function.18
  • Vitamin D - 5,000 IU's(125mcg) of immune-supporting Vitamin D. Deficiency in vitamin D is associated with increased autoimmunity as well as an increased susceptibility to infection. Helping the body defend against foreign, invading organisms, thereby promoting protective immunity.14
  • Magnafolate® - Our superior patented form of folate that is bioavailable to all humans, including those with MTHFR gene mutations. Folic acid plays a crucial role in DNA and protein synthesis, meaning deficiencies can lead to decreased resistance to infections, as commonly observed in folate-deficient humans. 15
  • VitaalMind Proprietary BlendTM - VitaalMind Proprietary Blend - Packed with Omega-3 Fatty Acid (EPA/DHA) which Harvard Medical School points out: "Have the most potential to benefit people with mood disorders."16
  • Cognazin® - Clinically proven to help improve memory and brain function, while improving mood due to the action of the patented superior form of Cognazin® to support brain cellular synthesis, brain energy, and focus.17
  • HydroQsorb® CoQ10 - Our superior bioavailable form of CoQ10 "The ESSENTIAL Nutrient" improves energy, augments the immune system, and acts as an antioxidant. CoQ10 plays a significant role in supporting the immune system and physical performance, as tissues and cells involved with immune function are highly energy-dependent and therefore require an adequate supply of CoQ10 for optimal function.18

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Who should take VitaaeTM?

SANE VitaaeTM is a clinically proven brain-health and anti-aging breakthrough that can help anyone at any stage of life think clearer, feel better, and reverse chronic psychological and metabolic issues. Families all around the country count on the safe, patented, and clinically proven super-nutrients found in VitaaeTM to help them feel, look, and think better than they ever thought possible… every day.

How many bottles should I order?

Studies have proven that clinically-significant results can be enjoyed within 6 weeks of using VitaaeTM daily. However, results improve the longer VitaaeTM is taken, so we strongly recommend an order of at least a three-month supply.20 Save the most money and see the best long-term results with our limited time discounted 6-bottle offer. Of course, we offer a 1-year satisfaction guarantee so ordering is always safe. SANE VitaaeTM contain the highest-grade nutrients and are produced in small batches for maximum freshness and effectiveness. Because of this we sell out often, so stock up today, save money, and don't run out of the new brain-boosting secret advantage!

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No. VitaaeTM contains 3 patented ingredients in a proprietary synergistic formulation that cannot be found or purchased anywhere else. Further, we have spent over a decade researching, testing, and sourcing the safest, and most potent pharmaceutical grade nutrients available and combined them in the perfect amounts for the most effective product possible.

What are the nutrients and amounts in SANE Vitaae™?

SANE VitaaeTM

  • Vitamin D - 5,000 IU's(125mcg) of immune-boosting Vitamin D. Deficiency in vitamin D is associated with increased autoimmunity as well as an increased susceptibility to infection. Helping the body defend against foreign, invading organisms, thereby promoting protective immunity.14
  • Magnafolate® - Our superior patented form of folate that is bioavailable to all humans, including those with MTHFR gene mutations. Folic acid plays a crucial role in DNA and protein synthesis, meaning deficiencies can lead to decreased resistance to infections, as commonly observed in folate-deficient humans.15
  • VitaalMind Proprietary BlendTM - Packed with Omega-3 Fatty Acid (EPA/DHA) which Harvard Medical School points out: "Have the most potential to benefit people with mood disorders."16
  • Cognazin® - Clinically proven to help improve memory and brain function, while improving mood due to the action of the patented superior form of Cognazin® to support brain cellular synthesis, brain energy, and focus.17
  • HydroQsorb® CoQ10 - Our superior bioavailable form of CoQ10 "The ESSENTIAL Nutrient" improves energy, augments the immune system, and acts as an antioxidant. CoQ10 plays a significant role in boosting the immune system and physical performance, as tissues and cells involved with immune function are highly energy-dependent and therefore require an adequate supply of CoQ10 for optimal function.18
  • Vitamin D - 5,000 IU's(125mcg) of immune-boosting Vitamin D. Deficiency in vitamin D is associated with increased autoimmunity as well as an increased susceptibility to infection. Helping the body defend against foreign, invading organisms, thereby promoting protective immunity.14
  • Magnafolate® - Our superior patented form of folate that is bioavailable to all humans, including those with MTHFR gene mutations. Folic acid plays a crucial role in DNA and protein synthesis, meaning deficiencies can lead to decreased resistance to infections, as commonly observed in folate-deficient humans. 15
  • VitaalMind Proprietary BlendTM - VitaalMind Proprietary Blend - Packed with Omega-3 Fatty Acid (EPA/DHA) which Harvard Medical School points out: "Have the most potential to benefit people with mood disorders."16
  • Cognazin® - Clinically proven to help improve memory and brain function, while improving mood due to the action of the patented superior form of Cognazin® to support brain cellular synthesis, brain energy, and focus.17
  • HydroQsorb® CoQ10 - Our superior bioavailable form of CoQ10 "The ESSENTIAL Nutrient" improves energy, augments the immune system, and acts as an antioxidant. CoQ10 plays a significant role in boosting the immune system and physical performance, as tissues and cells involved with immune function are highly energy-dependent and therefore require an adequate supply of CoQ10 for optimal function.18

How do I use SANE VitaaeTM?

It could not be simpler or more convenient to increase mental energy and vitality. Directions: Take 3 capsules once or twice a day with a meal.

How long should I take SANE VitaaeTM?

Studies have proven that clinically-significant results can be enjoyed within 6 weeks of using VitaaeTM daily. However, results improve the longer VitaaeTM is taken, so we strongly recommend an order of at least a three-month supply.

Does SANE VitaaeTM contain any caffeine or stimulants?

SANE VitaaeTM is 100% caffeine and stimulant free.

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We take safety very seriously at SANE. We do everything to ensure we only make our products with natural ingredients and with amounts that are clinically proven to be effective. VitaaeTM does not contain: gluten, dairy, eggs, peanuts, fish, soy, shellfish, wheat, yeast, or nuts. They are made in a facility that processes Tree nuts. Always consult a physicians before taking any supplement.

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