ProHealth Think Clear for Brain Booster

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ProHeath’s Think Clear product contains four ingredients that are often found in many other brain-boosting formulations which indicates that it should do what it is said to do.

ProHealth Think Clear Review

We all would like to improve our brain power – to think more clearly, be able to recall facts more readily… just be sharper and more focused. There are many supplements on the market that are formulated to help us to do just they. This is our review of one of those brain boosters, ProHealth’s Think Clear.

Think Clear contains four of the most popular ingredients found in various combinations in various other brain-boosting products. And that’s all, according to the product label. It is all packed into a vegetarian capsule. The main ingredients are Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA), which is usually associated with fatty fish. However, in this case, the DHA is sourced from algae oil, which would make the product suitable for vegans.

Together, the ingredients are said to boost blood circulation to the brain and thus increase the flow of oxygen to the brain, thus not only promoting brain health but also the transmission of information from cell to cell within the brain. In other words, Think Clear is formulated to help you do just that – think more clearly.


  • Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) Powder (supplies 17mg DHA)        100mg
  • Ginkgo Biloba leaf extract                                                                   60mg
  • Vinpocetine (Cinca minor)                                                                  15mg
  • Huperzine A                                                                                           50mcg

Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) is an Omega-3 fatty acid and is a major building block of brain tissue. The DHA powder is this product is derived from algae oil.

Ginkgo biloba, an antioxidant, enhances circulation throughout the body and brain, thus helping to increase the supply of oxygen to the brain.

Vinpocetine, an extract of the periwinkle plant, enhances blood circulation and the supply of oxygen to the brain.

Huperzine A is derived from the club moss Huperzia serrata. It helps to maintain levels of acetylcholine, a brain nutrient that plays an important role in how well your brain actually works and overall mental function.


Take one capsule twice a day, preferably with meals.


A one-month supply of 60 capsules costs $20.49 if you purchase it directly from the manufacturer. However, if you sign up for ProHealth’s “auto-ship option” – that is, you agree to have your order refilled automatically every month – you will be able to obtain the product at a special price of $16.39 per container of 60 capsules.


ProHealth offers a 30-day 100% money-back guarantee on Think Clear capsules. You just have to return the unused portion of the container, and any unopened containers you may have, and your money will be refunded, less any shipping costs.

ProHealth Think Clear Review – Conclusion

ProHeath’s Think Clear product contains four ingredients that are often found in many other brain-boosting formulations which indicates that it should do what it is said to do. It is also competitively priced when compared to other products of this kind. And it is suitable for vegans, which also makes it somewhat different from many others.

However, we were concerned that we were unable to find any information about the manufacturing process used (it is quality certified?) or where the manufacturing takes place. In addition, there is no indication of whether or what other ingredients are used in the manufacturing process such as stabilizers or preservatives. So although we are told that the capsule is “vegetarian”, we don’t know exactly what it is made of; and we would have expected the manufacturer to clearly state that the capsules contain nothing else apart from the four active ingredients.

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Albert holds a PhD in Chemistry from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. He is currently working in a Biochemistry laboratory at Columbia University in NYC. In addition to contributing to many online publications, Albert spends his time away from the laboratory with his partner of many years, and their dog, Helium. Protection Status

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